US carmakers fear losing business in China

Car manufacturers from the United States are concerned rising trade tensions with Beijing could damage their plans in the world's largest auto market.

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    Amid deepening trade tension between China and the United States, one of the world's biggest annual car shows has opened in Beijing.

    The exhibitors include major US car manufacturers who are concerned the current friction could damage their plans in what is now the world's largest auto market.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Beijing.


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