New-vehicles sales in China jumped 34.4% in April to 1.56 million units, albeit down 10.4% from March, pushing 4-month sales up 60.5% to 6.17 million, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says. The government’s Xinhua news agency reports passenger-car deliveries rose 33.2% to 1.11 million units in April and 63.4% to more than 4.63 million for the first four months. CAAM says Chinese production climbed 34.6% in April to more than 1.56 million units with the 4-month total up ...

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