China produced a record 19,271,808 vehicles in 2012, up 4.6% from the prior year, holding onto its title of the world’s largest auto maker for the fourth consecutive year, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM). December output rose 5.5% to 1,784,897. The 2012 total included 18,222,936 light vehicles, accounting for 94.6% of the country’s output. Both cars and light trucks posted record production for the year. Buses also did well in 2012, ...

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