(Adds details) SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Jan 30 (Reuters) - China will allow auto financing firms to sell bonds and borrow from the domestic interbank market under revised rules which could help speed up the development of the struggling auto loan market. Most Chinese and international auto makers, including General Motors and Ford Motor , have set up car financing arms to spur sales in China. Auto financing companies take deposits from their domestic and foreign shareholders and invest in ...
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