SHANGHAI, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Top Chinese automaker SAIC Motor Corp saw July vehicle sales fall 2.97 percent from a year ago, amid a slowdown in the world's largest auto market. SAIC, the China partner of General Motors and Volkswagen , sold 270,439 vehicles in July, down from 278,730 units a year earlier and 317,682 in June, it said in a stock exchange filing on Friday. However, total sales so far this year remain up 10.8 percent from a year ago, the firm said. After two straight years ...
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