China’s new-vehicle sales in the year’s first 10 months jumped 34.8% from like-2009 to 14.68 million units, surpassing 2009’s total deliveries, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers reports. The 10-month tally already is 1.03 million units, or 7.6%, higher than last year’s sales. The CAAM predicts both production and sales will pass 17 million units in 2010. The government’s Xinhua news agency reports vehicle output in the first 10 months surged 34.5% ahead of year-ago to ...

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