Mar 04, 2022 08:39 PM

State-Owned Carmaker Boss Wants Beijing to Encourage Foreign NEV-Makers to Stick With Chinese Partners

Zhu Huarong. Photo: VCG
Zhu Huarong. Photo: VCG

Ahead of the annual meeting of China’s top legislature, the head of a major state-owned automaker has called for the authorities to encourage foreign players to keep working with Chinese partners to develop the country’s electric-vehicle market.

The comments made by Zhu Huarong, chairman of Chongqing Changan Automobile Co. Ltd., come as the country has gradually lifted restrictions on foreign ownership in the country’s automotive market in recent years.

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