'Marketplace' Report: Beijing Emissions

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With pollution at record highs in Beijing, China is considering banning one third of the cars in the city for a two-week period. This would take more than 1 million cars off the road. Marketplace's Bob Moon talks with Madeleine Brand about China's attempts to reduce smog in time for next year's Olympic games.



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