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China's automobile sales up 9.18 percent in first quarter of 2014 [2014-04-13]

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in the first quarter of 2014 increased 9.18 percent on a yearly basis to nearly 6 million units (Table 1), according to data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on April 11.

Shanghai vehicle registration up 1.64 percent in March [2014-04-09]

SHANGHAI – Shanghai vehicle registration in March rose 1.64 percent year-on-year to 28,556, according to data released by auto.

China's passenger vehicle sales up 9.5 percent in Q1 [2014-04-09]

BEIJING – China’s passenger vehicle (PV, including car, MPV, SUV and microvan) sales in the first quarter this year rose 9.

China's automobile sales up 17.84 percent in February [2014-03-12]

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in February increased 17.84 percent on a yearly basis to more than 1.

Heavy-duty truck sales jump 34 percent in February [2014-03-11]

BEIJING – China’s heavy-duty truck sales jumped 34 percent to 53,000 units in February, according to cvworld.

Sales of heavy-duty trucks increase 19 percent in January [2014-02-18]

BEIJING – Sales of heavy-duty trucks in China increased 19 percent to 51,194 units in January, reported cvworld.

China's automobile sales up 5.99 percent in January [2014-02-14]

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in January rose 5.99 percent year-on-year to more than 2.

Shanghai January vehicle registration drops 2.62 percent [2014-02-12]

SHANGHAI – Shanghai vehicle registration in January 2014 dropped 2.62 percent year-on-year to 35,971 units, according to data released by auto.

China sells 20.25 million engines in 2013 [2014-02-08]

BEIJING – China posted output and sales of 22.12 million and 21.98 million units of automobiles in 2013, and the steady growth ensured a growing market of engines.

Hyundai, Kia sales up in January in China, US markets [2014-02-06]

SEOUL/LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4 (Yonhap) -- Hyundai Motor Group, the world's fifth-largest automotive conglomerate, said Tuesday that sales in the US and China got off to a good start in January, thanks to demand for its compact cars and sport utility vehicles (SUVs).

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