China has unveiled long-awaited proposed rules that would clear the way for auto makers to offer car loans. Foreign manufacturers have been lobbying hard for more than a year for the OK to offer loans to customers, with many already having established branches for their credit arms in China in anticipation of a change in rules. Most car buyers in China currently pay cash, and the addition of credit has the potential of cracking the private consumer market wide open. The draft ...
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