China's largest auto maker is about to test its influence in the crowded Australian market. SAIC later this year will launch a range of passenger and cargo vans set to challenge not only the established Japanese and Korean players, but also the Europeans. SAIC announces at the Melbourne Truck Trailer and Equipment Show it will partner with Australian vehicle importer WMC Group to release its lineup of European-designed, Chinese-built Maxus vans and people movers. It is ...

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