Chinese vehicle buyers’ satisfaction with major auto makers is at its highest point in the past 10 years. The China Association for Quality says the auto industry achieved a score of 80 out of 100, the highest mark since 2002, when the China Automobile Customer Satisfaction Index was launched. The government’s Xinhua news agency reports the customer complaint rate stood at 15.6%, down 1.6 percentage points from a year ago. The association’s Users Affairs Department ...

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