BEIJING — Volvo Truck Corp. may be nearing the end of six years of negotiations to establish a joint venture with China National Heavy Truck Corp. in Jinan, Shandong province. Negotiations had been interrupted because of CNHTC's recently completed restructuring, an official says. The Chinese government in August divided CNHTC into three divisions and made the company a province-controlled, rather than state-controlled, entity. The truckmaker also scaled back its workforce from 80,000 to ...

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