SHENYANG — Liaoning province will become a major production base in China for light vehicles, large passenger vehicles and automotive engines by 2005 if the area's Tenth Five-Year Plan (2001-2005) proves true. Under the plan, Liaoning's automotive industry will have annual production of 150,000 motor vehicles, 150,000 farm vehicles and 300,000 automotive engines by 2005. The province's auto industry currently has annual production capabilities of 120,000 motor vehicles and 200,000 ...

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