Mazda Motor Corp. plans to begin assembly of its Mazda6 midsize car in China, through a joint venture with First Automotive Works at the start of next year, published reports say. Mazda plans to ship major parts, such as engines and bodies, to FAW’s manufacturing facility in Changchun, for final assembly. Annual China sales are targeted at 10,000 units, with the vehicles marketed through its local dealer network. Mazda aims to have 50 dealers in China by year’s end. The Mazda6 ...

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