JILIN — China's largest automaker, First Auto Works, joins the mini-vehicle market with the launch of its Jiegang-brand mini-bus, nicknamed Jiabao. The company has invested RMB300 million (US$36.2 million) to produce the mini-bus at its light vehicle factory here, which previously produced mini-vehicles before it was taken over by FAW Group in 1985. The 3.5-m. (3.8-yd.) Jiegang is powered by a 0.8L or 1.0L gasoline engine made by Harbin Dong'an Engine Mfg. Co. Ltd., China's largest ...

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