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Policy support for car sales won’t ease trade tensions

The PBOC’s scrapping of the regulatory minimum down payment for car loans may help boost vehicle demand in the short run. But it won’t be enough to prevent a further increase in car exports, so foreign concerns about Chinese exports are unlikely to ease.

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