BYD dispels the notion that all publicity is good publicity

BYD recently made news in a WikiLeaks release, perhaps the least desirable outlet for a company with sights set on expanding its presence outside the Chinese borders. Along with a Reuters report, the documents revealed a number of questionable business practices at BYD, with claims of alleged revers...

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