PARIS – Most companies have “best-month ever” stories to tell in China these days, as government incentives send the sales thermometer to the top. Ford Motor Co. “continued its record growth” in the third quarter, with sales up 79%. Automobiles Citroen SA deliveries in September were up 65% over year-ago, to 16,600 units, “the best in its history.” But the China sales boom is not treating everyone equally. While the passenger-car market through eight months was up 34.1%, some of the ...

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