China’s new-vehicle production hits the 10 million-unit mark, and the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers now is predicting full-year output to total more than 12 million vehicles. China’s Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang calls the achievement a milestone in the country’s history in a congratulatory letter to industry representatives at a celebration sponsored by the CAAM and China Society of Automotive Engineering. Government news agency Xinhua reports the 10-millionth vehicle, a ...

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