BEIJING — More than 10% of families in China's big and medium-size cities intend to buy cars next year, says a recent survey conducted by the China Consumers Assn. (CCA). In the 20 cities surveyed, 30.6% of the population has a driver's license but no car to drive. This figure, according to the CCA study titled The Car and the Family, is an indication of the potential of the personal auto market. The survey studied 500 families in each of the 20 cities, 100 of which own cars and 400 of ...

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