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China plant not in Lexus’ plans


Lexus does not plan to join the carmakers manufacturing in China, remaining the only big luxury brand without a factory in the world’s biggest vehicle market and with no plans to open one. This is happening even if all the models sold to China are made overseas and the sales are affected by the country’s import duties. Mark Templin, Executive Vice ...
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