BYD looks to penetrate into foreign vehicle markets

Vertically integrated Chinese battery and vehicle maker BYD (see the January 9, 2013 LRMEJ) will introduce four car models into the U.S. market by late 2015, according to Stella Li, the Senior Vice President of BYD Auto North America. Stella added that BYD tried to enter the U.S. market in 2010 w...

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