Sales of Chinese-made vehicles in February climbed 24.7% from year-ago to 827,600 units, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers reports. February deliveries, which saw a 12.4% increase from January, were helped by government-stimulus policies. “(Cars) with engines under 1.6L accounted for 70% of the passenger-vehicle market, so the bounce of small-engine cars played a critical role in the revival,” Assistant Secretary General Zhu Yiping tells the government-controlled Xinhua ...

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