DEARBORN, MI – With China’s admission to the World Trade Organization last December, state-owned Dongfeng Automobile Co. Ltd. – China’s second largest auto maker – has set a 5-year timetable to become an automotive heavyweight that competes toe to toe with the world’s top vehicle producers. "We must achieve it within five years," says Dongfeng Vice President Shaozhu Li at the AUTOe conference in Dearborn hosted by the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Dongfeng has a long way ...

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