BEIJING — More cities are expected to join the 12 urban areas already participating in the government's clean-fuel vehicle campaign launched in April 1999. The campaign, the brainchild of 13 government departments including the Ministry of Science and Technology, aims to promote the use of clean-burning fuels and reduce vehicle emissions. Air pollution in congested metropolitan areas such as Beijing and Shanghai continues to be a huge environmental problem. About 80,000 vehicles ...

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