Clearing the Air in China

Clearing the Air in China
Gaming & Play
Claudia Cukrov
  • 15 october 2008

Despite taking a million cars off its roads and spending a cool $20 billion tackling air pollution for the recent Olympic Games, Beijing is still one of the smoggiest cities on the planet. But that may all change when sales firm Honeywell International introduces a fuel-saving turbocharger to Chinese auto manufacturers in 2010.

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