SHANGHAI, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Car sales in China, the world's third-largest auto market, fell just over half a percent year-on-year in January, an official industry body said on Tuesday, in what is traditionally a slow month. A total of 152,900 cars were sold in China last month, down 36 percent from December, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said in a statement, while total vehicle sales -- including everything from cars to trucks and buses -- hit 366,100 units, up 21 ...
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