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China’s Geely moves to export country’s car sharing boom

China’s recent boom in car sharing, stimulated by government actions, has drawn in foreign car makers including BMW and Daimler – in partnership with domestic auto makers. The remnants of Volvo, now owned by China’s giant Geely group, has also made waves through Lynk, a company billed as a joint Chinese-Swedish venture. Lynk is now orchestrating a new trend to export China’s car sharing boom by launching new vehicles dedicated to the trade outside the country. Lynk has just launched its 03 sedan in Japan at the country’s Fuji Speedway, following the 02 crossover utility vehicle unveiled in Berlin March 2018, and the inaugural 01 sports utility vehicle introduced in Amsterdam in 2017. All three vehicles were designed for car-sharing…

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