A robust first five months has sales of domestically made vehicles headed for the 3 million mark this year in China, analysts say. Last year, sales totaled 2.36 million units. Jia Xinguang, chief analyst for China Automotive Industry Consulting and Development Corp., says deliveries will hit that mark “as long as the strong growth momentum can be maintained.” According the China Assn. of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), auto makers in China sold 1.28 million units during the first five ...

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