SAN FRANCISCO – Global auto makers scrambling to sell vehicles in China are finding success as well as some unexpected obstacles in the country’s ever-changing automotive landscape, which is why due diligence is so important before entering the market. So says Tim Dunne, director of Asia/Pacific market intelligence for J.D. Power and Associates, during a workshop on the China auto industry at the recent National Automobile Dealers Assn.’s annual conference held here. While China’s ...

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