WARSAW, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Jiangling Motors plans to build a car factory in Poland to become the first Chinese automaker to establish a European plant, daily Rzeczpospolita reported on Thursday. Representatives of Jiangling, 30-percent owned by Ford Motor Co , are to hold talks with Polish officials in September concerning the investment, the paper cited the company's top European official as saying. The plant would produce 400,000 cars annually, outpacing the largest local producer Fiat ...
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