BEIJING — The China Aviation Industry Corp. II (AVIC II) is fueling efforts to retain market share in the increasingly tight mini-vehicle segment. AVIC II officials say the state firm plans to engage in more international cooperative ventures in order to face pending fierce competition. Several domestic automakers that currently do not produce mini-vehicles or smaller cars have deals in the works to do so, taking advantage of the growing market for inexpensive products. Several ...
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