BEIJING — State figures show that production and sales of motor vehicles for 2000 exceeded 2 million units, marking a significant leap over the previous year and the first time the auto industry has broken the 2-million mark — with consumer and construction vehicles leading the charge. China claims to have turned out 2,069,069 motor vehicles and sold 2,088,626 units last year, rising 13.1% and 14.0% respectively year on year. This is the second year in a row that sales have outstripped ...

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