"Mr.China" Perkowski's auto components firm up for sale

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HONG KONG, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Asimco Technologies, an automotive components maker founded by Wall Street veteran Jack Perkowski in Beijing about 15 years ago, is now up for sale in a deal that could fetch over $200 million, sources said on Tuesday. Asimco is currently the largest independent manufacturer of automotive and heavy-duty truck components in China and the company has also become famous due to Tim Clissold's "Mr.China," a best-selling book based on Perkowski's experiences in the ...

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