MADRID – SEAT, the Spanish auto maker owned by Volkswagen, is launching a sales and service network in China. SEAT CEO James Muir tells journalists at the Guangzhou auto show this week the auto maker has signed distribution agreements with 12 dealers and hopes at least three more will agree to join the network in the coming weeks. SEAT officials said at the Shanghai auto show held earlier this year that the Spanish auto maker was seeking a presence in the major cities of Beijing, ...

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