Automotive Industry

Singapore is capping the number of new cars on its roads

The Marina Bay street circuit is illuminated at dusk in Singapore September 18, 2013. The Singapore Formula One Grand Prix night race will take place on September 22, 2013. REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT F1 CITYSCAPE) - GM1E99I1L8401

Due to the limited space available, Singapore controls the number of vehicles on the road. Image: REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez

Patrick Caughill
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