Hyundai’s China plant sales in February decline 97%

by SpeedLux
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Hyundai Motor’s China domestic plant sales in February was 1,007 vehicles, company data revealed on Tuesday, showing decline of 97% from 38,017 vehicles a year ago.

The automaker’s global auto sales dropped to their lowest in a decade in February as coronavirus worries kept consumers away – in one of the first major indicators of side effects to business in the broader auto sector because of the epidemic.

Coronavirus has so far infected more than 179,000 people and killed more than 7,100 people worldwide. In China, it has killed 3,226 and infected over 80,800 people.

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