Ford's China partner's posts slight Q1 net gain


SHANGHAI, April 29 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s Chinese partner, Changan Auto Co. Ltd., reported a modest 1.5 percent rise in quarterly earnings on Saturday as sales grew, supported by a launch of new car models. Changan Auto , China's fourth-largest vehicle maker, said unit sales jumped 28 percent to 157,836 units in the three months to March as new models lured customers back to the showroom. "The company has noticed an increasing market competition in the quarter," the firm said in a ...

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