China’s government has time and again issued documents demanding the consolidation of the country’s automobile industry, which boasts about 50 passenger vehicle manufacturers plus hundreds of commercial and other motor vehicle makers. Once again the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which is China’s current watchdog for the automotive sector, released late last year a document calling for the realization of a mergers and acquisitions’ goal of ...
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