China vehicle sales totaled 1,734,825 units for March 2010, up 59.5% vs. March 2009. Government incentives aimed at increasing consumption contributed to the jump. March vehicle sales increased 43.2% vs. February 2010 sales. Increased consumer interest is fueling this growth. 2010 sales through March totaled 4,610,572. This was up 71.5% over the same period in 2009. The government’s decrease in tax on small cars, along with incentives and rising consumer enthusiasm led to the increase. ...

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