In October, the Chinese car market grew less than expected. As the Chinese industry association PCA announced in Beijing on Tuesday, instead of the provisionally calculated eleven percent increase, only 7.2 percent more cars were sold than in the same month last year. The decline is also attributed to Covid lockdowns and the bottlenecks in semiconductors.
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