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Apple's iPhone, Boeing planes and GM cars are selling well in China, showing bets by U.S. companies on the world's second-largest economy are paying off even with market slumps.
China’s anticorruption crackdown has taken a bite out of bling, but it’s not the only thing weakening luxury brand sales in the massive market.
Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries has seen its common stock soar 552% in Tokyo trading since 2012, while Fuji ADRs in the U.S. have risen 342%.
Auto sales were down in March, but the sector may not be at its low point yet.