After last year's agreement with China Brilliance went sour, the UK's MG Rover group has announced that they've "entered into an exclusivity arrangement" with SAIC, a Chinese company that pumps out 600,000 cars per annum. MG Rover is looking to provide the technological base for a company looking to put up major currency to fund future models, and apparently SAIC has their checkbook at the ready. MG Rover is well-regarded in China because they are more willing to share knowledge than many other larger global companies, and the pairing may help foster the growth of Chinese automobiles in the international market.
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