Analysis Auto makers sold nearly 6.2 million vehicles worldwide in April, a 17.7% increase over year-ago. However, that growth rate represents a slowdown from the first quarter’s 26.4%, a result of the winding down of government and commercial sales incentives. Related document: World Vehicle Sales Summary Tax breaks for vehicle purchases still are being tapered back in China, where April sales of 1.6 million vehicles outperformed year-ago by a relatively modest 22.2%. That ...
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