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Great Wall is building a Russian Plant


China’s largest SUV maker, Great Wall Motor Co. has announced it has started construction of a $520.7 (3.2 billion yuan) assembly plant in central Russia, Tula Oblast region. The facility will be constructed in two stages, the first phase scheduled to start in 2017 and costing 2.1 billion yuan. After the first stage is complete, the factory at its full capacity ...
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