Volvo Cars plans to bring a new model into China every year to cash in on the world’s fastest-growing auto markets. The plan reportedly is key to Volvo’s global strategy of boosting annual sales to 600,000 units. Globally, the auto maker sold 408,000 vehicles last year. Volvo will start with its new XC90 cross/utility vehicle, due in China this year, say Volvo China officials. Volvo already sells the S80, S60, XC70 and C70 in China. Officials say the auto maker expects total sales to ...

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