BEIJING — The Beijing government issues a mandate banning any new construction in certain segments of the automotive sector. As of September, no new farm vehicle, tire or 1-cyl. diesel engine projects may be constructed, according to a recent decision by the State Economic and Trade Commission. The move is designed to consolidate the automotive sector by reducing the amount of minor players and duplicate industries. The state, which has imposed similar restrictions on other industries, ...
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