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  1. I think the more commonly accepted problem of COE if that the price swings too much until it is like lottery as others would say. So what is the solution. I think instead of a bidding system a pricing system by the government is better but than you have to think about how to control the quantity of COE. I don't know much about COEs so I am putting this suggestion up for criticism. 1) create a reserve COE pool of 1% which is 10k out of a million vehicles. 2) Instead of twice a month bidding, COE bidding or sale window (a better name since no more bidding) is increased to tw
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