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Looking to Future Exports, Chinese Regulators Consider Removing Domestic Auto Protections

Posted April 11, 2014

Chinese automakers have lost market share in their own country over the last decade. Most cars sold in China now are foreign brands produced there through joint ventures with multinationals.

A late entrant into China’s booming car market, Ford Motor Company’s joint venture is now enjoying surging sales while regulators ponder different rules for international automakers.

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