China’s Geely Holding Group expects to sell about 30,000-50,000 cars annually when it enters the U.S. market in 2008 or 2009, an official tells Ward’s. “We don’t expect to attempt a blanket invasion, if you will, of the market,” says John Harmer, vice president-Geely-USA Inc.“We intend to go very prudently, very cautiously. “I would estimate in our first full year…after we have set up the infrastructure; after we have recruited distributors…I doubt there would be more than ...

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