Chinese Auto Production Rose by Nearly a Third in 2010
Statistics released by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers state that the country produced 18,264,700 units in 2010, an increase of 32.44 per cent on 2009.
Of that figure, 13,897,100 were passenger cars, representing a rise of 33.83 per cent in that segment. The 4,367,600 commercial vehicles produced represented an increase of 28.19 per cent. 2010 sales also rose year-on-year by almost identical measures according to the CAAM: passenger car sales increased 33.17 per cent to 13,757,800 while commercial vehicle sales rose 29.90 per cent to 4,304,100 units, making a grand total of 18,061,900 units sold – a 32.37 per cent increase on 2009.
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