BEIJING, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Chinese car maker Chery is not yetready to export its vehicles to the United States because of worries it might struggle to woo consumers in the world's largest auto market, its top executive said on Wednesday. But the unlisted firm is optimistic about growth within China, expecting to sell 180,000 units this year, and 5 percent more in 2006, its President Yin Tongyao said. Chery already exports 10 percent of its cars but it is reluctant to take on the world's ...
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