Porsche opens dealership BEIJING — A new Porsche dealership will open in Beijing in an effort to boost sales of the sports cars. Porsche AG has set a goal of selling more than 50 cars annually by mid-2002, to be priced at a minimum of RMB386,179 (US$46,640). The exclusive German automaker estimates it sold 50 cars in main-land China and 142 in Hong Kong last year. Dealerships also are planned for Shanghai and Guangzhou. BMW AG reports its China and Hong Kong sales doubled last year to ...

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