* Overseas M&A is tough; deals are complex * Chinese seek technology, brand expertise * Too early to export to developed countries By Alison Leung GUANGZHOU, China, Nov 25 (Reuters) - China's automakers may dominate their home market, now the world's largest, but the collapse of the sale of Saab to a Chinese-backed group shows it will be a bumpy ride for them to build a global profile. Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Corp (BAIC) ranks 10th among China's automakers, who are ...
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