BEIJING (Reuters) – Nissan (OTC:NSANY) Motor Co Ltd and Honda Motor Co Ltd saw lower sales in May in China, the world’s biggest vehicle market, while Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM) Corp reported higher sales.
Nissan said in a statement on Friday that it sold 111,096 vehicles, down 14.6% from a year earlier, while Honda’s sales fell 4.1% to 128,713 cars.
Toyota said it sold 168,900 cars in China, up 1.5%.
Nissan, Honda report lower China sales in May, Toyota up
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