Car prices to continue slide BEIJING — Prices of automobiles in China are expected to continue falling in 1999, market experts here say. Sales of motor vehicles are estimated at about 1.7 million units next year, 3% to 5% over 1998. Sales of passenger cars, however, will account for less than 600,000 units. Last year's sluggish market increased auto inventory by a large margin, forcing prices to decline. Dirty cars run off China roads BEIJING — The Beijing government plans to remove ...

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