China’s Chery Automobile says its new $200 million factory in Venezuela will launch production later this year, with plans to build 20,000 cars annually. The plant will be Chery’s second-largest manufacturing operation in Latin America. The auto maker has an existing $400 million facility in Brazil and a factory in Uruguay. "Venezuela is not an open market, which leaves huge potential for us to tap if we have an assembly factory there to sell domestically,” Chery International Vice ...
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