(Writes through) By Wang Nan and Nick Mulvenney BEIJING, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Beijing embarked on a four-day experiment on Friday to see if taking 1.3 million cars off the city's streets would substantially reduce air pollution at next year's Beijing Olympics. While officials said it would take some time to judge the impact of the measures, the hazy skies above the Chinese capital suggested they may need to do more to ensure good air when the world's best athletes arrive next August. ...
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