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Jaguar Land Rover mulls 10% market share in China


Tata Motors’ British subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover just opened the automaker’s first Chinese production plant in the city of Changshu, just 110 kilometers (70 miles) northwest of Shanghai. During the inaugural event of the 130,000-unit-a-year assembly facility, executives of the luxury automaker also expressed their views of the world’s largest auto market. Land Rover now wants to reach a 10% market ...
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