TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japanese automakers have started cutting retail prices of their vehicles in China in line with a recent drop in demand in a market that had expanded vigorously until this year, a Japanese business daily reported on Saturday. Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei) said Nissan Motor Co had cut the suggested retail prices for its Sunny series by an average of 8 percent to 9 percent to 153,800 to 175,000 yuan. It also reduced retail prices for its Bluebird series by 5 percent ...
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