Chinese auto makers are cutting prices and offering incentives to reverse slower vehicle sales. April vehicle deliveries jumped 34% from year-ago but were down from 56% growth in March and 124% in January, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers data shows. The Shanghai Daily newspaper reports car dealers have been offering incentives and reduced prices to attract buyers, as the non-peak season for vehicle purchases nears. “Previously, auto buyers were willing to pay extra to ...

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