Haikou Factory Produces "Family" Cars As Market Grows

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Employees on the assembly line produce cars in Mazda's 'Family' line... News PhotoCar,China - East Asia,Economy,Family,Finance,Haikou,Hainan Island,Industry,Land Vehicle,Mazda,Mode of Transport,Occupation,Production LinePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2005 China PhotosHAIKOU, CHINA - APRIL 6: (CHINA OUT) Employees on the assembly line produce cars in Mazda's 'Family' line of vehicles at China First Automobile Works (FAW) Group Haima Automobile Co., Ltd. April 6, 2005 in Haikou, Hainan Province, China. China has become the world's third largest automotive market with 2004 car sales in the country growing 15.17 percent to 2.33 million units, even though curbs on credit reduced demand. The market began slowing by mid-2004, affected by the government's measures to cool a fast-expanding economy. Analysts expect car sales in China to increase in 2005 by 10 percent. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)