China's Brilliance says crash test won't hurt sales


SHANGHAI, June 28 (Reuters) - Automaker Shenyang Brilliance Jinbei said poor results from a recent crash test in Germany will not affect sales arrangements in Europe, where it has secured the biggest sales deal yet for a Chinese automaker in a mature market. Brilliance Jinbei, a unit of Brilliance China Automotive Holdings , achieved a rating of only one star out of five in a recent crash test for its BS6 sedan by Germany's ADAC auto club, making headlines in German newspapers. The ...

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