Auto overcrowding fragments Chinese market
Mar 23, 2012 | 09:36 AM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Vehicle sales in China rose much less than expected last year, and while sales will accelerate again, a burgeoning class of domestic and foreign automakers could be crowding the market, according to one industry analyst.
Following two years of historic industry growth aided by government support measures, Chinas automotive market entered 2011 with multiple challenges, including vehicle registration limits in urban areas, rising inflation and higher interest rates.....
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