BEIJING — The Chinese government decides to allow local automakers to price their vehicles themselves, without State approval. In the past, the government determined the prices of China-produced vehicles. In recent years, however, the procedure has been little more than a formality, and analysts say the decision should not impact business. The move towards a greater degree of deregulation is indicative of a general loosening of the automotive market. Automakers have been gradually ...

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