The system is part of the Chinese capital’s efforts to get a grip on nightmare traffic jams. This year only 240,000 license plates will be available in a bid to bring automobile sales down from their record level last year, when they reached 890,000. That meant 17,000 new cars were hitting Beijing’s streets every week. More here.
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