CANBERRA – Australians could be buying Chinese and Indian cars for the price of personal computers by the end of the decade. The prediction comes as the first Chinese-built Volkswagen AG cars make their way to Australia. They are believed to be the first Chinese-made cars to enter a Western market. VW Polo Classic While the VW Polo Classic sedan will cost Australian consumers A$23,990 ($18,563), the Sydney Morning Herald says a Chinese car costing A$5,456 ($4,200) and an Indian car ...

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