Tougher battle for China's car market as growth slows

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In China, industry leaders are gathering from around the world for the Beijing motor show.

China is the world's largest car market and the event looks set to be the biggest yet.

Ahead of the event, there have a number of announcements of big investments by the likes of Ford and Nissan in China.

But there are also signs that the market is seeing slower growth.

Asia Business Report's Sharanjit Leyl asked David Khoo of Top Gear whether competition was getting tougher.

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