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China car sales up 34% on April but still weaker than last year

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Retail car sales in China jumped 34 per cent in the first three weeks of May. But sales of passenger vehicles from May 1 to May 22 fell 16 per cent from the same period a year earlier. China's policymakers have been in talks with automakers about extending costly subsidies for electric vehicles.
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China car sales up 34% on April but still weaker than last year

SHANGHAI -Chinese retail car sales data for May has added to a picture of a grinding economic recovery from severe anti-pandemic measures, with manufacturers selling more vehicles than last month but still fewer than a year before. Releasing the data late on Wednesday, the China Passenger Car Association called for more government support. Retail sales in the first three weeks of May,

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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Channel News Asia

China car sales up 34% in first three weeks of May vs month earlier

SHANGHAI :Retail car sales in China jumped 34 per cent in the first three weeks of May from the same period a month earlier, data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) showed.But sales of passenger vehicles from May 1 to May 22 fell 16 per cent from the same period a year earlier to 780,000 units, t

1 month ago·Singapore
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Financial Post

China car sales up 34% on April but still weaker than last year

SHANGHAI -- Chinese retail car sales data for May has added to a picture of a grinding economic recovery from severe anti-pandemic measures, with manufacturers selling more vehicles than last month but still fewer than a year before. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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