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November Car Sales Go Up 11.52% in China

While many parts of the world are still in a state of recession, car sales in China are going well, and have done so for many months. November makes no exception, as an impressive 1.79 million units were shifted last month, representing a 11.52% increase, when compared to the October record, and a rise of 8.16% compared to last year’s numbers.
Volkswagen Bora 1 photo
Photo: Volkswagen
Production numbers are also up, and the 1.76 million vehicles produced represent a 10.99% increase over october, and a 3.92% boost, when compared to November of 2011. Year-to-date sales are also up, by 4.03%, reaching an impressive 17.49 million vehicles manufactured through November. Also, by the end of the year, analysts speculate that the total number of cars manufactured will exceed the 19 million mark, slightly more than last year, when a total of 18.52 million units were built.

With China’s relentless technological and industrial development, pretty much all numbers associated with the automotive industry are set to go up, and there is nothing which could affect this trend, in the forseeable future.

Story via Xinhua
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