2 Chinese automakers merge to fight importers

June 2002
Automotive News;6/17/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5987, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the merging of First Auto Works and Tianjin Automotive Industry Corp. in Shanghai, China. Corporate share to be transferred by Tianjin Auto to First Auto Works; Partnerships of First Auto Works with other automobile manufacturers; Cost of the vehicles produced by the company.


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