BEIJING — General Motors Corp. and China's Ministry of Science and Technology will co-sponsor an intelligent urban traffic system design contest next month. Participants in the contest will be encouraged to create intelligent transport technologies that address typical problems in China's current traffic systems and explore ways to improve driving efficiency under existing urban conditions. The contest is part of the Asia-Pacific Intelligent Transport System Annual Meeting Plus Technology ...
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