Automakers started off the year 6.7% ahead of 2017 with 8.04 million vehicles sold in January. A huge boost came from China, where sales increased 11.5% to 2.81 million, compared to year-ago’s 2.52 million. The growth exceeded expectations as regulation changes are uncertain and the overall economy is slowing. Competition is fierce in the world’s biggest market, with local brands frequently pushing out new models to vie for buyers’ attention. Ford China CEO, Jason Luo, ...

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