(Added data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers on Monday )
China’s car sales fell at a faster pace in April despite stimulus measures introduced by the government to increase spending on automobiles and two rounds of price cuts. Analysts expect carmakers to start a new round of price cuts soon to boost sales in the world's largest automobile market.
China's car sales fell 14.6 per cent in April from a year earlier, making the . . .
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