The world's largest automobile market shows no signs of recovery, with passenger car sales sliding for the tenth consecutive month in March.
The sales of sedans, sport utility vehicles, minivans and multipurpose vehicles in China continued their plunge in March, dropping 12 percent to 1.78 million units, the China Passenger Car Association said Tuesday. That follows an 18.5 percent drop in February and 4 per cent decline in January.
A slowing economy and trade tensions with the US are weighing on consumer sentiment in China, and changes in tax policies and import tariffs started to dampen car . . .
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