China’s car-market continued to feel the chill in October as the traditional post-holiday demand peak failed to materialize, leaving automakers with few easy answers to attract buyers back to showrooms.
Sales of sedans, sport utility vehicles, minivans and multipurpose vehicles declined 6 per cent in October from a year earlier to 1.87 million units, said the China Passenger Car Association on Friday, falling for the fourth consecutive month after a 6.6 per . . .
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