NANJING — The local government soon will require all taxis in the region to have engines with fuel injection systems and catalytic converters and be at least 1.4L in displacement. The popular Xiali and Alto taxis, both with engine displacements of less than 1.3L, are likely to lose their overwhelming market shares in Nanjing as a result of the new rules. It is estimated that there are 7,000 Xiali and Alto models currently in use in the city. Car models that meet the city's new ...

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