DEALTALK-Don't bet on China rescuing foreign car makers


* Chinese seek brand, technology, not whole operations * More likely to seek bargain buys in secondary sales * Burnt by past buys such as Ssangyong; Rover may be model * Why look overseas? their domestic market is hot For more Reuters DEALTALKs, click [DEALTALK/] By Fang Yan and Michael Flaherty SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, May 27 (Reuters) - Don't look for China to drive consolidation in a global auto industry bloated with too much cost and capacity, analysts and executives say, despite a ...

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