China publishes compulsory disclosure of automobile repair information
By Yuchao Wu China published the "Guidelines for the Advancement of the Automobile Repair Industry and Service Quality" (Guidelines) on September 18. Analysts believe that this unexpected pivotal regulation may reshape the country's automobile repair industry.
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