CHINA: First the plate, then the car
Shanghai is a city in the middle of an auto boom. A combination of falling prices due to fierce competition among manufacturers and declining tariffs since China joined the WTO; new ranges of lower priced family cars; the recent widespread availability of car loans from local banks; and the general desire to own a car are all pushing up the number of vehicles of the road.
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