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Policy effects major reason behind lackluster but surprising first half

The prospects of China selling 30 million vehicles this year could be in jeopardy based on the latest sales data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on July 11. Auto sales rose 4.5 percent in June to 2.17 million units, bringing first half sales total to 13.35 million

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MAS@Shanghai 0713 recap: The pepper is hot!

SHANGHAI – Provinces such as Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi, Guizhou along with the city of Chongqing that are known for their spicy cuisine had stronger growth of passenger vehicle sales than the national average, according to Lin Huaibin, manager of China Light Vehicle Sales Forecast at IHS Markit Automotive, citing January-May

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