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Baidu's Apollo Park in Beijing to boost self-driving ambition

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Yizhuan, Apr 26 (EFE/EPA).- The Chinese government on Monday organized media tour to Baidu's Apollo Park in Yizhuang, suburb of Beijing. Chinese Internet giant Baidu's Apollo Park is currently the world's largest test base for autonomous driving and vehicle-road coordination applications, equipped with more than 200 autonomous driving test vehicles, according to the organizers information. (Camera: ROMAN PILIPEY).SHOT LIST: MEDIA TOUR AT BAIDU'S APOLLO PARK IN YIZHUANG, SUBURB OF BEIJING, CHINA.

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