BEIJING — Motor vehicle production in China is expected to reach 2 million units this year, according to officials with the China Assn. of Automakers. Several factors, the organization says, may affect auto production positively in the year's second half, including a new fuel tax, auto consumption policies and the price of oil products. China reportedly implemented a new policy on July 1 that eliminates 238 separate charges on motor vehicles. And some provinces and municipalities in ...

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