BEIJING — More good news from the domestic home front regarding China's car smuggling crackdown. Statistics from the China Automotive Industry Development Research Institute show China's production and sales of autos in September were respectively 31.4% and 29.2% higher than in August. Chinese officials are quick to give partial credit to the state's efforts to crack down on motor vehicle smuggling. The seven major automotive industry groups all reported rapid month-on-month growth in ...

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