China’s drive into U.S. car market stalls

China’s drive into U.S. car market stalls

It’s been more than three years since Chinese auto makers first sent chills down Detroit’s spine with plans to sell cars in the United States beginning last year. China, now the world’s second-largest automobile producer, was already selling low-cost vehicles in dozens of countries around the world at the time – with jarring success.
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