Wednesday, December 26, 2007

China’s Shanghai Auto buys rival Nanjing  de  es  fr  it  nl  bg  da  pt  ru

, China’s largest carmaker, is to take over the vehicle assembly and parts operations of rival Nanjing Automobile in a move officials intend will create an internationally competitive national champion. Under the deal, SAIC’s Shanghai-listed unit SAIC Motor will pay Rmb2.

ft 11:15:00 PM CET

This cluster belong to the following story: Chinese president addresses party congress

Keywords: China, United states / Xinhua News Agency, Dalai Lama / chinese, beijing, taiwan, trade, percent, safety, chen, foreign

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