Fiat SpA is planning a new venture with one of China's top-ranking light truckmakers, Yuejin Motors Group Corp. (YMGC), to make and sell Fiat light commercial trucks in China that likely will compete with Ford Motor Co.'s China Transit van. Fiat says it has an agreement with the Malaysian financial group Lion to acquire its shares in the YMGC venture. Yuejin Group is one of the major industrial groups in China, holding controls on more than 200 companies. It also has a US$250 million ...

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