China is considering mandatory in-car air quality regulations to protect the health of drivers, in a move that could increase costs for automakers importing vehicles from markets without such rules, sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

New in-car air quality rules in the world's biggest auto market will likely pose a headache for auto interior parts suppliers too as they will need to tweak their products to meet new requirements, the sources said.

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China Considers Mandatory Regulations For Interior Air Quality

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