Jaguar Land Rover inks joint venture with China's Chery
Now that both companies have agreed upon the terms, the automakers must get approval from the Chinese government before the joint venture can become official.
Land Rover isn't the first company to jump into bed with Chery. As Automotive News reports, last year Subaru submitted a a deal with the Chinese company to regulators to produce vehicles in the People's Republic. So far, no announcement has been made on that venture's progress.
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