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VW plans to set up commercial vehicles venture
    2017-11-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

VOLKSWAGEN may expand cooperation with China’s Anhui Jianghuai Automobile (JAC) beyond electric cars to jointly develop and build commercial vehicles in the world’s largest auto market.

The German group and JAC announced in June they were to set up a joint venture to develop and build zero-emission passenger cars as Volkswagen is pushing efforts to achieve the Chinese Government’s production and sales quotas for new-energy vehicles.

VW said it was looking along with its commercial vehicles division at deepening the cooperation with JAC to include the design, technology, product quality and development of multi-function vehicles.

The venture, which would affect combustion-engined and alternative energy-powered vehicles, would be owned equally by JAC and VW and be based in JAC’s hometown of Hefei, VW said.

“VW commercial vehicles has a growing number of loyal customers in China,” executive Joern Hasenfuss said. “But there are significantly more opportunities,” he said without elaborating.

Under the tie-up, VW and JAC could jointly tap growing demand for light pickup trucks in China while the German group would also save customs duties by building its multi-van and Caddy vehicles at JAC facilities, analysts said.

It’s also the latest evidence of VW’s foreign expansion not being confined to its passenger car operations.(SD-Agencies)

 

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