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Dispute on carmakers' forced quotas escalates

Dealers complain to Beijing foreign marques forcing them to buy stock that they can't sell
Thursday, January 1, 2015 - 05:50


FOREIGN carmakers in China may find themselves struggling to dictate sales goals in the coming years, now that dealers have complained to the government that inflexible targets set during a market boom obliged them to buy too much stock and bear the brunt of a drop in demand.

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