Jaguar Landrover has been given approval by the Chinese Government to build cars in China as early as 2014.
In a joint venture with Cherry Automobile Jaguar Land Rover will build 30,000 Jaguars, 43,000 Range Rover Evoques and 34,000 Freelanders.
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