The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua

China is exempting some foreign executives from travel ban as authorities get coronavirus outbreak under control

  • The Ministry of Commerce told some key foreign companies they can apply for exemptions to the entry ban if they want to get executives back into China, according to people familiar with the matter
  • One person who got in was Volkswagen AG’s executive vice-president for research and development, Thomas Muller, who entered China from Germany recently, according to Volkswagen

Topic |   Autos
The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
The assembly line of FAW-Volkswagen Automobile in the Sichuan provincial capital of Chengdu in southwest China on February 19, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
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