While much of the auto world's attention has been focused on Geely's attempt to buy Volvo from Ford and what that might mean for the popular Swedish marque, there's another side to the story that's gotten far less coverage: the possibility that Volvo dealerships will begin selling Geely vehicles. Like BAIC, Sichuan Tengzhong, and other Chinese outfits, Geely wants to become an international player in the auto marketplace. If the Volvo sale goes through (we're not making any bets), Geely will have access to a huge global network -- a prospect that has intrigued some dealers and made others nervous. Catch the full report at MotorAuthority.
January 4, 2010
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