Chinese Automakers Say September Sales Up 19.7%

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SHANGHAI, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Vehicle sales in China rose 19.7 percent in September from a year earlier, China's automobile makers' association said on Friday, extending a sustained recovery in the world's biggest automobile market. In August, there was a 10.3 percent annual rise. September's robust growth reflects a recovery in China's economy, but was also aided by a low base a year earlier, when a flare-up in anti-Japanese sentiment triggered by a territorial dispute ...

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