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Ssangyong expects sales surge in China
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Ssangyong Motor Co's alliance with China's largest auto maker may drive a 30-percent surge in sales next year in the world's fastest-growing motor vehicle market, according to its CEO yesterday.


The South Korean manufacturer of Kyron, Actyon and Rexton sports-utility vehicles forecasts sales of more than 10,000 in China next year, helped by the links with Shanghai-based SAIC Motor Corp, its largest shareholder, Choi Hyung Tak, said.


(Shanghai Daily October 31, 2007)


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