BEIJING — French automaker Renault SA is seeking Chinese government approval to establish a joint venture assembly plant here. An official from Beijing Automotive Industry Group (BAIC), which is owned by the municipal government, says the company has submitted a plan to the central government to produce a Renault multi-purpose vehicle (MPV). The plan, the official says, already has won support from government departments in charge of the auto industry. The JV will turn out 30,000 Megane ...
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