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"Swedish automaker Volvo has received government approval to build a second factory in China. The new plant will be placed in the city of Daqing and will cost about 4.6 billion yuan ($754 million) to build. According to Automotive News, "Volvo Car's proposed plant in Daqing has been approved 'in principle' by China's State Council", but details on when production will start have yet to be revealed. However, the source claims that the new plant will produce up to 8..." Continue Reading →
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