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January 18 (LBO) - Sri Lanka is banning the import of three-wheeler taxis that use two-stroke piston engines from next year, to reduce pollution in urban areas, a senior minister said.
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Two stroke engines emit particles and unburnt hydrocarbons that are polluting the environment,” Information Minister Anura Yapa said.

The air-quality in Colombo has deteriorated with particulate matter sometimes exceeding 50 micrograms per cubic meter, which is the limit set by the World Health Organization,” he added.
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Yapa says four-stroke engined three-wheelers cost a mere 4 percent more than a two-stroke engined one.

The government says Sri Lanka has 280,000 three-wheelers on its roads, and 40,000 are added each year.

From 2011 spare parts imports for two-stroke engines would also be banned.

Three wheelers, are widely used as taxis around the country.

The Indian-made Bajaj brand imported by David Pieris Motor Company has cornered almost the entirely of the market.

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