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Great Wall, Ford hitch up to burgeoning Chinese demand for pickup trucks

Reuters Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Grey Liu bought his third vehicle four months ago - a Foton pickup truck, lured by its $7,000 price tag and its ability to transport his sports motorcycle to the grasslands of northern China where he likes to ride.
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A growing number of drivers in China are purchasing pickup trucks. The new interest in the vehicles is expanding the market beyond traditional demand for farm, construction and maintenance work. According to Automotive News, pickup demand has increased in the country following a loosening of...

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