Chang'an to Build Cars in Malaysia

Chinese company Chang'an, the fourth-largest automaker in the world's most populous nation, has entered into a joint effort with an mysteriously-unnamed Malaysian consortium to build and sell cars in the country. The state's protectionist trade policies forbid foreign companies to sell Malaysian-built cars in Malaysia, but the joint venture offers a loophole. Chang'an plans to build its CM8 there and license the name to the consortium. You Chang'ans, you're a tricky bunch!

Chang'an Auto to set up venture in Malaysia [Xinhua News Service]

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