BEIJING — Tourist transport companies in China are replacing their aging vehicles with new models, causing a rise in sales. Experts believe the sales increase will peak toward the end of the year. Strict environmental protection standards are forcing the replacement of many of these vehicles, some of which also are reaching the end of their usefulness. Some companies also plan to buy new vehicles to service groups as the tourism industry grows. Beijing Capital Auto Group bought 30 Honda ...

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