SAIC plans to sell MAXUS van globally in H2


BEIJING, March 1 (Reuters) - Top Chinese automaker SAIC Motor Corp said it will start selling its first premier light commercial van, the MAXUS Datong, globally in the second half of this year. SAIC did not provide a sales target in an emailed statement, but its overall annual commercial capacity is estimated at between 400,000 and 500,000 units by 2015. MAXUS Datong, which was developed based on the technologies acquired from British commercial maker LCD in 2009, will broaden its ...

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