HONG KONG, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Truck maker Qingling Motors Co Ltd , the Chinese joint venture partner of Japan's Isuzu Motors , said on Monday that first-half sales rose six percent year-on-year to 16,359 vehicles, lagging broader growth in the mainland automotive market. The company on Friday reported a 15 percent rise in first half profit to 68.3 million yuan (US$8.25 million) as turnover rose 16.4 percent to 1.71 billion yuan. Qingling said in a statement that it faced more intense ...
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