BEIJING, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Chery Automobile and Jaguar and Land Rover are seeking regulatory approval to set up a joint venture in China, the China Business News said on Monday. The two companies have basically finished discussions for a manufacturing tie-up, the newspaper said cited an unnamed source. Chery spokesman said he had no information about it, so did a representative from Jaguar and Land Rover. Chery and Fuji Heavy Industries had planned to make Subaru vehicles in China. ...
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