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CAAM: Auto Industry Still Faces Great Pressure And Efforts Are Needed To Accelerate Consumption

iconJun 9, 2023 16:12
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The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) stated that the auto industry has improved since April, and the recovery remains slow.

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) stated that the auto industry has improved since April, and the recovery remains slow.

The auto industry still face great pressure and efficiency of the industry is still low. It is necessary to further restore and expand demand, and comprehensively implement policies to accelerate consumption.

 

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