In a move to protect consumers and impose order in the auto market, Beijing is now requiring automobile dealerships to be authorized by an automaker, or by a licensed general distributor beginning April 1, according to state media. China's auto dealers will have a six-month period to become authorized. Conversely, auto firms or their general auto distributors, would only be allowed to sell vehicles to authorized dealerships, and not sell directly to end users.
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