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Top 20 imported cars in 2011

According to vehicle registration data, China sold 832,216 imported passenger vehicles in 2011. BMW ranked No. 1 and Mercedes-Benz No. 2, each selling over 110,000 units. The top 10 imported brands were BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lex, Audi, Volkswagen, Subaru, Toyota, Land Rover, Hyundai and Kia. The top 20 imported brands and

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Eleven central government departments try on electric vehicles

BEIJING – Eleven central government departments in Beijing have adopted 23 new energy vehicles for fleet demonstration, a project that is initiated by the Government Offices Administration of the State Council, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Ministry of Science and Technology. The 23 new energy cars are provided

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Volkswagen may set up new truck JV in China

BEIJING – Volkswagen Group will increase the presence of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania, and MAN brands in emerging markets such as China and Brazil, and is considering establishing a truck joint venture in China as well, according to Leif Östling, executive director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, China Business News reported.

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