Chery is once again leading the Chinese automotive export pack with exports in the first half of the year increasing by 26.1% according to reports in the China Daily. Chery’s Mr. Jin Yi Bo reported last week that Chery exported over 112,000 cars from January to July, compared with 88,835 vehicles in the same period in 2011, an increase of 26.1%.

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China’s auto sales were up year on year in April by 5% according to sales statistics released by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) at a press conference yesterday afternoon. Sales reached 1.62 million vehicles in total in April alone, but sales during the first quarter were down 1.3% with sales reaching 6.4 million vehicles.

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At a press conference late yesterday the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers announced sales figures for March, it seems as intended: The first quarter is down a little, March is up a little. Certain segments have done exceptionally well, others seem to have withered. It does not seem like a typical Chinese March. March usually sets the pace…

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The Chinese thirst for imported vehicles remained insatiable in 2011 with over 1 million vehicles being imported into the country, but when you subtract the number of vehicles which received license plate numbers we are left with 820,000 vehicles – the other imported vehicles likely being made up of off road vehicles, and machinery such as tractors,…

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