Black cabs, a familiar sight in London, are headed to China under a new deal between British cab-maker Manganese Bronze and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings. Brilliance is spending £2.7 million ($3.9 million) over 18 months, including royalties, to produce and sell the cabs in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Approval from the Chinese government still is pending, but if approved, the cabs should be on the streets by next year. Manganese already exports the cabs to 25 countries, ...
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