By Alison Leung DALIAN, China, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Top U.S. tyre maker Goodyear is in final talks to invest more than $1 billion in a manufacturing plant near the Chinese city of Dalian this year, the city's mayor told Reuters on Thursday. Goodyear would join rivals Michelin , Continental AG and Bridgestone Corp in setting up or expanding production in the world's second-largest auto market, as global players target emerging economies from China and India to Russia. Dalian Mayor Xia ...
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