Automotive catalyst maker Johnson Matthey says it will build a new catalyst manufacturing plant in China, near Shanghai, to produce 1 million motorcycle catalysts annually. China currently makes about 9 million motorcycles each year, and implemented passenger-car emissions standards equivalent to European Stage I this year. The country phases in the same standard for motorcycles — including those powered by 2-stroke engines — beginning next year, and plans to implement Euro II standards in ...

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