BEIJING, Oct 13- China vehicle sales climbed for the first time in six months in September, bolstering hopes that a tax cut for small cars which started this month will help breathe fresh life into the world's largest auto market. The sales rise encouraged China's main auto association to reiterate an earlier forecast of 3 percent growth for 2015, a marked change...» Read More
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