CHINA: Price cuts start car buying spree - paper
A drastic cut in the cost of buying a new car by a leading manufacturer has started a buying frenzy and increased the likelihood of a renewed price war, China Daily reported. The decision to slash the price of the Xiali 2000 by nearly a quarter to 97,000 yuan ($US11,757) has led to a nationwide sales surge, the paper said.
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