Iraq complex’s products include Chinese Lifan X60 CUVs.
VIENNA – Safe for now from the resurgence of violence in Iraq, automakers from neighboring Iran and from China are growing the country’s auto industry. Some cars sold in Iraq are locally assembled. Iranian automakers Iran Khodro and Saipa, as well as China’s Lifan, are the main foreign manufacturers that export assembly kits to Iraq. Iran Khodro, Saipa and Lifan models, as well as cars from China’s BYD, are assembled under one roof at a plant jointly operated by ...
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