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The auto allowances, though relatively small for a market expected to sell four million vehicles this year, are a substantial increase from minuscule levels now permitted by the Chinese government. Currently, the vehicles that non-Chinese automakers sell in China are almost entirely made with Chinese joint venture partners, an arrangement that has led to piracy problems, particularly for G.M.

China Lowers the Wall for U.S. Cars and Parts
By DANNY HAKIM and KEITH BRADSHER
China agreed to let the Big Three automakers send it about
15,000 cars and trucks over the next couple of years.

http://www.nytimes.com/2003/11/13/business/worldbusiness/13auto.html?th


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