Volvo to make cars in southwestern China -sources


BEIJING, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Swedish carmaker Volvo, owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, has finalised its decision to make Volvo cars in southwestern China, two people with knowledge of the matter said on Friday. Geely, parent of Geely Automobile Holdings , took over Volvo from Ford Motor in August 2010, marking China's largest auto acquisition. Since then, several Chinese cities, including Shanghai and the northeastern city of Daqing, have been competing fiercely for Volvo's China ...

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