SHANGHAI, May 26 (Reuters) - Chinese vehicle imports more than doubled between January and April over the same period of 2002, Xinhua news agency cited official figures on Monday as saying, as import tariffs continued to slide after WTO accession. China imported 61,100 vehicles worth $1.59 billion in the first four months, up 113 percent on the year, Xinhua quoted customs figures as showing. Of them, 34,100 were passenger cars, a rise of 97.6 percent on year, the official news agency ...
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