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Toyota's new concept hybrid cars are displayed at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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Chinese students dance at Fiat's showroom at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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Potential buyers look at a Mayback Landaulet on display at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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A Chinese model poses next to a Toyota Yaris at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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A Chinese model poses next to an Audi R8 on display at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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A Chinese model poses next to a Lamborghini Gallard LP 560-4 on display at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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A Chinese model poses next to Ferrari's F430 Spider on display at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show on April 22, 2008. The world's top car-makers descended on China in force this week for the eight-day event, which is expected to attract up to 600,000 prospective buyers. Top manufacturers are hoping to cash in on China's booming market which rose by 20 percent to 1.85 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2008. (UPI Photo/Stephen Shaver)
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