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BEIJING – Chinese auto makers are following suit as the country’s economic growth settles into a steadier pace than in the last decade, a leading industry representative says. Dong Yang, secretary general and executive vice chairman of the China Association of Automotive Manufacturers (CAAM), tells WardsAuto 2012 sales and output of autos in China should match the previous year’s increase of 5%. The former Beijing Auto executive predicts the 2013 market could be even ...
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