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Personal Cars and China Joint study between the Chinese Academy of Engineering and the US National Research Council (panel had 8 US experts and 8 Chinese experts) Asked to address issues and opportunities relating to the future of personal cars in China – in the context of present trends and Chinese government policy Aimed to use experience of - and past “lessons learned” by - OECD countries to reduce similar problems as the motorisation of China progresses rapidly E. Drake - 6-Feb-04
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Motor Vehicles in China In 2001 – China had 18 million vehicles of which 5 million were cars (few privately owned) Major cities have large taxi fleets; organisations provide “company cars” to senior people More Chinese are reaching income levels allowing purchase of a family car : Study projections show future Chinese car fleet at: 6% GDP Growth 19 million cars by 2020 10% 43 Priority to reduce air pollution in major cities E. Drake - 6-Feb-04
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