May 27, 2009
"Beijing is offering incentives to spur vehicle sales in the countryside. Sales are so brisk that dealers often run out of stock. "Reporting from Chuzhou, China -- Like everybody else in his farming village, Zhan Changchun used to get around on a bicycle. This month, the 29-year-old walked into a local dealership, pulled out $7,300 in cash from his leather satchel and drove away with the family's first car: a seven-seat micro-minivan that's jointly produced by China's Wuling and General Motors."
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