INTERVIEW-Volvo strategy adjustment can aid recovery -chairman


BEIJING, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Volvo Cars, owned by China's Geely, can continue to recover quickly and catch up with its rivals by making further adjustments in strategy, its chairman said on Friday. Li Shufu, in an interview with told Reuters in Beijing, has been an advocate of developing larger, premium models for the China market. He said the board was now evaluating development of bigger cars that could be sold in China, the world's largest auto market. Geely, parent of Geely ...

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