VIENNA – Vietnam’s Autopetro 2006 motor show held last week in Ho Chi Minh City underlines the increasing influence of Chinese vehicle makers in the country. While most local assemblers of European, Japanese and South Korean cars did not participate this year, a number of Chinese vehicles were shown. Several Vietnamese companies already are assembling Chinese cars and commercial vehicles, while other projects are in the works. Xuan Kien Vinaxuki, a local company that assembles vehicles ...

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