Australian importer Ateco Automotive Pty. Ltd. says it plans to sell a full range of Chinese-built cars, including 4-wheel-drive and commercial vehicles, in Australia beginning in 2008. “We intend to have a full range of cars that would compete closely with Kia (Motor Corp.),” Ateco owner and governing director Neville Crichton tells the Herald-Sun newspaper. “It might take 18 months to get to that, but the people we are working with have a clear development program and will complete the ...

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