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No limit on private cars
There are no plans to restrict the licensing of private cars in the foreseeable future, Guangzhou Mayor Zhang Guangning said yesterday.

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New emission standards postpone auto price wars
Beijing will ban the sale of new cars failing to meet the China IV emission standards, which are equivalent to that of Euro IV, starting from March 1 this year, triggering price fluctuation of new cars in the capital, the Beijing Business Today reported.
WTO showdown for China's auto tariffs
In keeping with the Chinese Year of the Mouse, the auto industry has found itself running in a maze of wheeling, dealing and regulations.

- 17 car models approved
- Auto prices edge up on holiday demand
- January car sales soar despite winter storms
- Car sales accelerate despite snowfall
- Car prices may drop 5% amid competition
- Chery sets up joint venture with US company
- 2007 car exports hit record
- Iran Khodro may end partnership with Youngman Automobile
- Volvo to recall 1,502 S40 sedans
- Int'l auto giants make progress in China
- Toyota to build research center in Shanghai
- Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen targets 30% rise in output, sales
- Auto financing firms play by new rules
- Auto output hits 9m units in 2007
- BMW sells more China-made vehicles
- Dongfeng said to be in talks on Hafei deal
- Car maker in the fast lane
- Cooperation deal inked
- Auto imports forecast to grow 20% in 2008
- Shanghai GM unveils hybrid car
- Auto sales likely to hit 10 million in 2008
- Merc sales up 50% in 2007
- Local auto maker to set up factory in Mexico
- Demand for SUVs rises
- FAW posts 23% growth in sales volume in 2007
- Auto production, sales hit record 8.8 mln units in 2007
- Automobile imports up 30% in 2007
- Lexus V8 muscles in on China's luxury market
- Volkswagen makes sales record in China in 2007
- Ford sales in China jump 30% in 2007
- Passenger car sales rise but slowdown expected
- Chrysler recalls Jeep models in China over brake flaws
- SAIC Motor ranks 1st in domestic vehicle sales
- Chery teams up with Quantum
- Auto output, sales likely to hit 10 mln units in 2008
- Sales up, but Chery misses the mark
- Ssangyong forecasts rising sales
- China has 160m motor vehicles
- Shanghai Automotive to buy diesel engine maker
- Auto maker sells 500,000 cars
- Brilliance beats sales forecast
- Dongfeng to develop hydrous ethanol engines
- New fuel standards take effect in Beijing
- Auto sales rise 20% to 8.7 mln in 2007
- Suzuki recalls 175 Grand Vitara cars
- Honda venture aims high
- FAW Volkswagen sees robust sales
- New auto star vrooms to life
- Chinese cars more popular in Middle East, North Africa
- Motorcycle exports exceed 7.2m
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Dec. 12-13 Beijing China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue
Nov. 27-28 Beijing China-EU Summit

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