By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent SHANGHAI, April 22 (Reuters) - It's the last thing the U.S. auto industry needs: another Toyota Motor Corp. But that's exactly what Malcolm Bricklin, the energetic 66-year-old founder and CEO of Visionary Vehicles, is predicting will become of China's Chery Automobile Co., whose cars he plans to begin selling in the United States in January 2007. "We're going to make billions from this business," Bricklin said in an interview at Chery's booth ...
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