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China: Volkswagen extends local joint venture for other 25 years


Volkswagen Ag and local Chinese partner FAW Group Corp have agreed to extend their cooperation deal for 25 years, with the German automaker aiming to consolidate its top position in the world’s largest auto market. The German company is the largest carmaker in Europe and the second biggest in the world, behind only Japan’s Toyota. So, naturally VW is vying for ...
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