Geely's oversea aquisitions enable penetration in both foreign and Chinese markets

On February 28, 2014, Chinese automotive OEM Geely has acquired U.K. based plug-in hybrid van developer Emerald Automotive. Though the deal size has not been disclosed, Geely's spokesman Xueliang Yang has announced that Geely will invest at least $200 million in Emerald Automotive in the next fiv...

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