BEIJING — China produced 155,600 motor vehicles in October, rising 13.4% over the same month 1997, and sold 141,400 units, up nearly 4%, the China Assn. of Automotive Industry says. October's production was 9% higher than November 1997, while sales were 1% higher. During the January-October period, the country turned out 1.33 million motor vehicles, selling 1.287 million units and rising 1.24% and 0.69%, respectively, year-on-year. Compared with same period last year, production ...

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