BEIJING – Visitors traveling from the Beijing International airport to the city’s annual auto show this week might be surprised to see traffic made up of so many American, European and Japanese vehicles. Out of 30 cars counted along one segment, only one was a Chinese brand, a clear indication of China’s burgeoning auto industry. Every major auto maker in the world is here, competing fiercely in a rapidly growing market that will expand some 14%-20% this year, according to various ...
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