The sharp fluctuation is due to the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, during which car sales usually slow to a crawl.
What does CLNY stand for?
CLNY stands for Chinese Lunar New Year
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Washington, Feb 9 ( ANI ): As the Chinese Lunar New Year and Valentine's Day are just days apart this year, a new and booming business in China is getting a boost - boyfriend rentals.
The festival marks the final day of the Spring Festival, the annual celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year (AP Photo) CHINA OUT ENGLAND Heads on sticks are put into place in preparation for the Orange British Academy Films Awards (BAFTAs) at the Royal Opera House, London which takes place this Sunday Anthony Devlin/PA Wire CAMBODIAA dancer leads a march during Meak Bochea at Udong in Kandal province, some 25 miles northwest of Phnom Penh.
The collision is the latest in a string of deadly road accidents that have cast a shadow over the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations, which usually see the world's largest human migration.
uk Travel Business Review - 18 January 2012 Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott, a Marriott International (NYSE: MAR) hotel in Hong Kong, China, has special offers celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year, on January 23, 2012.
For a number of years it has been issuing stamps to "celebrate" (their word) the astrological Chinese Lunar New Years, a 12-year cycle of a menagerie of various animals, one assigned to each year.