Premier Backs Foreign Ownership of Auto Ventures
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang encouraged foreign automakers seeking control of manufacturing ventures in China during a visit to Berlin amid China’s escalating trade war with the U.S.
Attending an autonomous driving show with German Chancellor Angela Merkel this week, the premier told German auto executives that they are welcome to take majority ownership of joint ventures in China, according to the State Council’s official social media account.
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