Volvo will jointly develop technologies with Geely, marking a turning point for automotive partnerships in China

Volvo's CEO Hakan Samuelsson said his company will jointly develop new compact vehicles with its parent, China's Geely Automobile. According to Hankan, Volvo had been previously working with Geely only in some minor areas. In the future, the two automotive companies will look to work more closely...

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