BEIJING — Operators of more than 300,000 motor vehicles in the city were told last month that they require a special pass from the local environmental protection agency to continue driving in Beijing. To qualify for the passes, vehicles have to meet Beijing's auto emission standards. Chinese press reports say certain vehicles are under particular scrutiny. They include Beijing Jeep Corp.'s 212 and 2020 series, minivans and cargo-carrying trucks weighing less than two tons. Passes issued ...
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