BEIJING, Aug 30 (Reuters) - China, where vehicle exports have been doubling in recent years, is drawing up rules to improve quality control, the Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday. Vehicle exports last year hit 173,000 -- mostly to developing countries -- surpassing imports for the first time. Together with spare parts shipments, the exports were worth $10.9 billion. However, about 600 of 1,025 exporters sold fewer than 10 vehicles outside China last year. "Some exporters couldn't ...
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