China auto sales post biggest drop in 7 years as growth engine stalls
Friday, 12 October 2018 China's car sales fell the most in nearly seven years in September, stoking concerns the world's biggest auto market could contract for the first time in decades this year amid cooling economic growth and a biting trade war.
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...
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BEIJING (AP) — BEIJING (AP) — China's auto sales plunged in November as a painful contraction in the biggest global market deepened for a fifth month. An... SeattlePI.com - BusinessAlso reported by •Newsmax •Seattle Times •FT.com •FXstreet.com
China's November retail sales grew at the weakest pace since 2003 and industrial output rose the least in nearly three years as domestic demand softened further,... Newsmax - MoneyAlso reported by •FXstreet.com •FT.com •Reuters India
Property investment in China picked up in November, in contrast to other key data where growth weakened sharply, though soft home sales and land purchases... Reuters India - BusinessAlso reported by •FXstreet.com