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Daimler gets OK for self-driving car tests in Beijing



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BEIJING — Beijing has given a immature light to Daimler contrast self-driving cars on genuine roads, creation it a initial general automaker to be postulated such a assent in a Chinese city, a association pronounced in a statement.

Beijing has given Daimler, owners of a Mercedes-Benz brand, a assent for turn 4 highway use in a collateral city after endless close-course testing, a association pronounced in a statement.

China has released licenses permitting self-driving vehicles to be highway tested to several automakers this year in Shanghai and Beijing, including Shanghai-based SAIC, electric car start-up NIO and tech hulk Baidu.

To validate for a license, a association pronounced Mercedes vehicles versed with additional technical applications from Baidu Apollo undertook endless contrast in Beijing and Hebei.

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