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China car imports hit monthly record after tariff cut

U.S.-built vehicles lose momentum as Japan and Europe accelerate shipment

Imported cars are inspected at a Qingdao port in May. A subsequent tariff cut by China has spurred imports despite escalating trade tensions with the U.S. that have led to higher levies for autos made in America.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- China's automobile imports rose to a monthly record in July after tariff cuts on vehicles coming from places other than the U.S.

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