STMicroelectronics to establish a joint R&D facility with Great Wall Motor

Recently, STMicroelectronics, a world leading semiconductor supplier, and Great Wall Motor (GWM), a leading Chinese auto maker specializing in SUVs and pickups, announced the establishment of a joint automotive electronics laboratory as a subsidiary of GWM’s technology center in Beijing. Accordin...

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