China's Auto Sales Face First Annual Decline in Decades
Friday, 12 October 2018
Auto sales in China fell for the third straight month in September, as fragile consumer confidence amid a falling stock market and trade tensions led to weak sales.
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According to Business Insider, Ford’s sales in China have dropped in September. One reason for sales falling is President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Another reason is the general slowdown in the Chinese economy. Data from the company shows that overall sales in China fell 43 percent... Ford's Sales In China Drop 43 Percent In The Month Of September 00:32
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