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China hits two more vehicle makers for green subsidy breaches

BEIJING (Reuters) - China has punished two 'new energy' vehicle makers for producing and selling vehicles with batteries that had lower power capacity than advertised, state media said on Monday, the latest move in a widening scandal involving green car subsidies.
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