PARIS – Preliminary figures released this month by PSA Peugeot Citroen show growth of China's car market slowed during the second quarter but remained well ahead of 2002. VW will bring new Touran minivan to China. Following a leap in first-quarter growth of 127%, the second quarter saw a 73.6% sales increase. Sales of passenger-car sales through June 30 totaled 901,154 units, says PSA subsidiary Automobiles Citroen, up 94%. The total for 2002 was 1.1 million vehicles, an increase ...

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