TOKYO – Have Beijing leaders lost control of China's booming automotive industry? Analysts here say that conclusion appears inescapable. Priorities and targets continue to shift, and rules and regulations continue to be relaxed regarding which companies will be permitted to manufacture what vehicles with which partners under what circumstances. "The central government continues to specify targets, but actually they've abandoned control of the automotive industry and stopped restricting ...

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