BEIJING — Five major mini-vehicle makers are calling on the government to abolish irrational restrictions on the use of mini-vehicles. The group is suggesting that the government make mini-vehicles a key sector of the auto industry, encourage the use of these vehicles with smaller engines and lower emissions and create necessary conditions for fair competition. The five makers, led by Chang'an Automotive Co. Ltd., account for some 90% of the production and sales of mini-vehicles in ...

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