HEFEI — East China's Anhui province plans to become an automotive center during the period of the Tenth Five-Year Plan, 2001-2005. The plan, which would make the province the fifth-largest automotive center in China, calls for the region to produce 330,000 to 380,000 cars and commercial vehicles and 400,000 motorcycles by 2005. After years of development, Anhui's automotive industry now ranks as the country's seventh largest, officials say. The region is known for its luxury coaches, ...

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