Q&A-China car makers go west as rivals stumble

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By Gillian Murdoch SINGAPORE, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. named the parent company of China's Geely Automobile Holdings as the preferred bidder for its Volvo car unit this week, paving the way for China's second possible acquisition of a major overseas automaker this year. [ID:nLS682068] A dozen China-centred auto deals have been proposed this year, underlining the growing international clout of the world's largest and strongest car market. [ID:nSP357901] Here are some questions ...

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