BEIJING — This city's new rigorous emission standards, imposed in January, are driving domestic carmakers up the wall if not out of the region. Manufacturers have been working around the clock to bring their products up to standards, consequently delaying deliveries of new cars to dealers. Most are installing electronic fuel-injection systems and catalytic converters. But the main roadblock is the updating of older vehicles. Automakers say it's unrealistic for used vehicles to meet the ...
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