The world's automakers and their automotive suppliers continue to flock to China's soil — despite controversy over the country's pending World Trade Organization membership, brewing political tension, high taxes, growing unemployment, a government cap on automotive projects and an unusual and difficult set of rules for doing business. German, French, Japanese and American car companies, all of which have heavy manufacturing presence in the Chinese market, are aware that doing business in ...
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