HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP
HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP

Asia’s EV battle front opens up as China’s Great Wall Motor plans to launch nine electric car models in Thailand in the next three years

  • The Baoding, Hebei province-based carmaker plans to launch nine models in three years in Thailand
  • Company views country as a potential market and as a base for its expansion into the Asean region

Topic |   Great Wall Motors
HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP
HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province. The company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP
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