So far all the news from China has been about the big investments being made there to build cars and trucks to meet the demands of its huge potential market. Carmakers and suppliers from all the major economies are plunging in to make sure they have plants and facilities to build vehicles for China's population of more than one billion. Risks are high, they say, but so are the potential rewards. This story from China is different. It's about the first dedicated effort to create in China a source of cars to compete in the West, writes Karl Ludvigsen.
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