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Passenger car sales shrink

The Chinese car market lost momentum. According to the CPCA passenger car association, 1.67 million new vehicles hit the roads in November, down 9.5 percent year-on-year. This is the first time since May that sales have fallen. One reason is likely to be the strict pandemic response that was still in place in November. This depressed both demand and production.

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