By Tony Munroe and Ben Blanchard HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Sept 24 (Reuters) - With cars rolling off Chinese production lines faster than manufacturers can sell them and billions of dollars in additional capacity still to come on line, the country's auto stocks are showing signs of overheating. Many carmakers in China have slashed sticker prices this year as the market grows increasingly competitive, and watchers say further price cuts lie ahead. "Car plays have risen so fast this year, in ...
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