Beijing holds first round of license plate lottery

16:30, January 26, 2011      

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Staff members select preventatives from car license plate applicants to participate in the car license plate lottery in Beijing on Jan. 26, 2011. The first round of lottery for car license plates was held in Beijing. Beijing decided to issue only 240,000 new license plates this year, which is one-third of the 2010 total, to ease gridlock. Individual automobile buyers will receive a monthly average of 88 percent, or 17,600, of the plates through a lottery system.



The results of the car license plate lottery are shown on a screen in Beijing, Jan. 26, 2011. The first round of lottery for car license plates was held in Beijing. Beijing decided to issue only 240,000 new license plates this year, which is one-third of the 2010 total, to ease gridlock. Individual automobile buyers will receive a monthly average of 88 percent, or 17,600, of the plates through a lottery system.



A notary public notarizes the car license plate result in Beijing on Jan. 26, 2011. The first round of lottery for car license plates was held in Beijing. Beijing decided to issue only 240,000 new license plates this year, which is one-third of the 2010 total, to ease gridlock. Individual automobile buyers will receive a monthly average of 88 percent, or 17,600, of the plates through a lottery system.

(Editor:张洪宇)

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