DETROIT -- Competition in China is intensifying as auto makers from General Motors Corp. to MG Rover scramble to gain a foothold in the emerging auto market. Foreign car makers have their sites firmly set on building inexpensive, small cars to cater to the country’s middle class, which is growing to prominence in China’s large eastern cities. The auto makers also aim to bring local operations up to world standards by the time protective car tariffs are lowered as part of China’s entry into ...
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