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China’s car sales losses in April may top 300,000 units as lockdowns of key carmaking hubs disrupt supply chain

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]While some manufacturers in affected areas are still operating in ‘factory bubbles’, interruptions tend to be more on the logistics side, and hundreds of thousands of automobiles may not be sold this month.

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While some manufacturers in affected areas are still operating in ‘factory bubbles’, interruptions tend to be more on the logistics side, and hundreds of thousands of automobiles may not be sold this month.
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