Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina
Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina
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Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina
Cars are assembled at BAIC Motor’s plant in Zhuzhou, in Hunan province. On Tuesday, Beijing said it would phase out rules requiring foreign carmakers to partner with a local firm to set up a factory in China in the next five years. Photo: Imaginechina
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