Hebei Zhongxing Automobile Co. Ltd., also known as ZX Auto, considers its relationship with its upstart U.S. distributor dead, but at least one official in the U.S. hopes to revive the relationship. The Chinese auto maker’s decision to walk away from the deal follows months of internal turmoil and ensuing lawsuits among executives of China America Cooperative Automotive Inc. (Chamco Auto), which was founded two years ago with the initial goal of importing a compact pickup truck and SUV ...

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