BEIJING — Just two months after announcing a significant price cut on all of its Pride models, Jiangsu Hyundai Kia Yueda Motor Co. Ltd. now plans to give away a personal computer worth RMB5,000 (US$604) to Pride car buyers. Jiangsu Yueda slashed prices on the cars an average of RMB10,600 (US$1,280) in December of last year. As a result, the price of a top-of-the-line Pride with automatic transmission has dropped from RMB110,000 (US$13,290) to RMB95,800 (US$11,574). The automaker says ...

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