BEIJING – As the Chinese auto market grows larger by the minute, many late-entry second-tier international brands are scrambling to get into the race. But would there be any room left for the latecomers? Take Jeep for example. Its CEO Mike Manley is on a mission in searching for a Chinese partner to localize their products. One potential partner is Guangzhou Automotive Industry Group Corp. (GAC) which has a joint venture with Jeep’s parent company Fiat. Manley believes if successfully ...

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