* Cites financial crisis * To roll out self-made higher-end car in months By Fang Yan and Alison Leung GUANGZHOU, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Changan Automobile Group, China's No. 3 automaker, said on Monday it had slowed down plans to set up a Mexican plant but remained committed to breaking into the North American market. "We are still doing market research there. There won't be any big investment for the time being," Zhu Huarong, head of Changan's research and development division, told ...
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