Changfeng Group Co. Ltd., the second Chinese auto maker to display its vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit earlier this year, is planning a comeback in 2008. The auto maker, which exhibited five SUV models in Detroit under the Liebao brand name and is targeting a 2009 sales launch in the U.S., will return to the 2008 show Jan. 13-27, a spokesman tells Ward's. Changfeng followed the path of Geely Automobile Co. Ltd., the first Chinese auto maker to bring its ...

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