SHANGHAI — Dongfeng Automotive Corp., the country's largest producer of heavy trucks, and Tianjin Automotive Co. Ltd., a leader in the small passenger car business, issue Class A shares to the public in a bid to raise capital for new technology and expansion of production capacity. The move means all of China's top five automakers now are listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. The Hubei-based Dongfeng says it plans to sell 300 million Class A shares, priced at RMB5.10 (US$42.23) per ...
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