1. A cleaner China
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Smog-infested Shijiazhuang, China announced a plan to limit automobile sales of new vehicles to 100,000 units this year and only allow households to own at most two cars. GM and its joint ventures sold a record 2.8 million vehicles in China in 2012, up 11.3% from a year earlier, with plans to introduce more than 10 new or upgraded products each year through 2016. Analysts worry that more cities could be forced to limit the growth of automobiles due to worsening air pollution.

The big question: Will that put a brake on your ambitious plans there?


  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated June 24 2013 10:16 AM ET
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