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China: automotive body predicts a slowdown in sales


The Asian country, the largest single automotive market in the world, has seen its first half sales rise from the record level set last year, but now the state-backed auto association is predicting a change. Though the new car sales trend will remain positive, because China’s economy is also slowing down and more cities mull new car sales caps to fight ...
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