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Beijing's Bicyclists Seek to Reclaim Roads

April 19, 2012

The number of bicycles that had become symbolic of Beijing traffic have dropped over the years as increasing wealth means sharing the pavement with more automobiles. The city's bike commuters say their mode of transportation won't disappear, however, as the world's biggest auto market continues to grow.

China’s passenger-car sales rose 4.5 percent in March, beating analyst estimates, as dealerships increased discounts to attract buyers amid record fuel prices. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports from Beijing. (Source: Bloomberg)

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