BEIJING — Sales of used vehicles at China's 28 automotive-trade centers for 1998 totaled 149,637 units, valued at US$604.5 million, the State Administration for Internal Trade says. The trade centers are among the 33 approved by the government to be set up in the country. State data shows the 28 centers sold 35,815 trucks valued at US$105.5 million; 4,424 utility vehicles worth US$17 million; 57,907 passenger cars at US$349 million; 42,126 buses at US$106 million, plus 9,365 other types of ...

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