VIENNA – Geely Automobile plans to assemble passenger cars in Belarus in cooperation with the country’s state-owned companies. Although the Chinese auto maker has not announced what cars will be assembled in Belarus, the state government, which signed an agreement with Geely in December, is releasing some details on the project. During the first phase, of unspecified length, 10,000 cars will be assembled on the premises of a supplier in Borisov, near the Belarus capital of ...

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