China’s car market hits the buffers in 2004
After an explosive couple of years, China's car market hit the buffers in 2004. The Chinese Government effectively put the brakes on the market by clamping down on credit to prevent a rash of new bad loans from being set up. As a result, the doubling of sales that was experienced in 2003 slowed down dramatically in the second half of the year. Mark Bursa reports.
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