SHANGHAI — China's largest industrial center is listing 22 automobile projects in a bid to seek foreign investment and cooperation. The projects involve estimated investments of US$300 million each and are mainly designed to produce automobile parts and components for the city's two joint venture cars — Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co. Ltd.'s Santana sedan and Shanghai GM's luxury Buicks. The terms of cooperation range from 20 to 30 years. The offering is part of a three-year program ...

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