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New report claims Chinese-based car company has spent over $1bn on exhaust fan

A new report from CarInsider claims that Chinese car company COVID-19-supplier CVC has spent $1.5bn on its exhaust fan.

The report, titled ‘CVC exhaust fan’, claims that COVID was found in all CVC-branded exhaust systems sold in Australia.

The CVC exhaust system is designed to help remove dust and other contaminants from the air that has been generated by COVID, according to the report.

The COVID epidemic is expected to cost the Australian economy $2.5 trillion by 2020.

The report claims that the exhaust fan is able to reduce COVID emissions by up to 80 per cent and reduce CO2 emissions by an average of 60 per cent.

COVID-18 deaths have risen by more than 3.5 per cent since 2014, with COVID outbreaks in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth hitting record highs.

CarInsider has published similar research on the costs of other types of exhaust systems in the past, but this is the first time that COVE-19 has been implicated.

The exhaust fan has been designed to reduce the emissions of COVID in air by up, with the COVID virus causing the body to release CO2 and oxygen into the air, in an attempt to combat the virus.

CVC, the company that manufactures CVC products, is currently selling the exhaust fans at its Sydney and Melbourne factory.

Earlier this month, COVID death rates in Australia were at a record high of almost 20 per cent, with many more Australians infected.

The average COVID infection rate in Australia has risen to more than one in ten people, with people dying every eight minutes.

Coincidentally, the CVC system that CVC sells is also designed to stop COVID.

Despite this, the COVEHEP report is the second such study to claim that COV was responsible for up to 3.8 million deaths.

In 2015, researchers from the University of New South Wales, Sydney University, and the Queensland Government found that the virus is responsible for more than 6.2 million deaths, with more than 90 per cent of the deaths attributed to COVID infections.