Volvo Car is weighing whether to begin production in China through the network of parent-company Ford Motor Co. Volvo Asia/Pacific officials say building cars at Ford plants is a possibility. Ford operates an automotive joint venture in Chongqing with Chang’an Motor Corp. where it soon will begin building the Ikon. Volvo currently operates sales, parts and after-sales service operations in China, in cooperation with its dealer, South China Automotive Sources Co. The auto maker’s ...

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