Chinaâ€™s new-vehicle sales in the yearâ€™s first 10 months jumped 34.8% from like-2009 to 14.68 million units, surpassing 2009â€™s total deliveries, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers reports. The 10-month tally already is 1.03 million units, or 7.6%, higher than last yearâ€™s sales. The CAAM predicts both production and sales will pass 17 million units in 2010. The governmentâ€™s Xinhua news agency reports vehicle output in the first 10 months surged 34.5% ahead of year-ago to ...
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