HONG KONG, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Dongfeng Motor Group Co Ltd , China's third-biggest auto maker, aims to sell up to 26 percent more vehicles, or 900,000-950,000 units, in 2007. The Chinese firm, which racked up growth of nearly 30 percent in first-half volume sales, moved 751,088 cars, trucks, buses and other vehicles in 2006. Dongfeng said in presentation materials on Thursday that of the 2007 target, it expected 70 percent of vehicles sold to be passenger autos such as cars. The remainder ...
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