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COMMENT: China is wise to take from EU security lead

BY CHRIS NEEDES. Nearly twenty years ago, in November 1995, the European Commission Directive 95/56/EC came into effect, regulating the inclusion of anti-theft features in cars sold within the EU. At a time when there was already a growing demand for steering wheel locks - a feature now regarded as almost basic in the market, available as standard on most vehicles - this solution was given an extra boost; leading, in turn, to the gradual replacement of traditional solid steering

Nearly twenty years ago, in November 1995, the European Commission Directive 95/56/EC came into effect, regulating the inclusion of anti-theft features in cars sold within the EU. At a time when there was already a growing demand for steering wheel locks - a feature now regarded as almost basic in

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