China's Rich Spark Boom in Used Car Sales

April 18 (Bloomberg) –- Second-hand is becoming a first priority for some Chinese auto dealers, as the world's 2nd largest car market matures and roads get saturated with new wheels. China's second-hand industry has been hampered by scammers, so some of the more established dealers are launching their own used car certification plans to lure potential buyers and thwart the cheats. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports from Beijing. (Source: Bloomberg)

Oanda's Innes: Abe's Stimulus Sets Bar High for BOJ
10:47 - Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific senior currency trader and analyst at Oanda, discusses Abe's proposed stimulus package, what it means for the Bank of Japan and its impact on the yen. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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