SHANGHAI — Forget about any notion the Chinese government's recent deregulation of vehicle prices will have a big effect on the market here, industry insiders say. Sales of new cars and trucks were said to have slowed in China earlier this year, as consumers awaited positive effects from the central government's decision in May to put an end to vehicle price controls. But lower sticker prices won't be coming, according to GM China Group Chairman and Chief Executive Philip F. Murtaugh, ...
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