Chinese new-vehicle sales increased 8.0% in June to 557,600 units, despite new tax measures and higher fuel prices that slowed growth from the previous month, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says. New-car sales rose 5.8% over year-ago to 396,400 units. New-vehicle sales for the year's first half were up 26.7% to 3.5 million, while new-car sales climbed 36.5% to 2.5 million. General Motors Corp. and its joint venture partners reported first-half sales soared 47.0% to ...

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