China fuels carmakers' dream for growth

Glover, Maurice
January 2003
Automotive Engineer;Jan2003, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the expansion plans of automotive companies in China. Implications of the surge in the Chinese passenger car market; Efforts of PSA Pseugot Citroën SA in strengthening co-operation with Dong Feng Motors; Business plans of Volkswagen Asia-Pacific on the lower-price segment of the market.


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