Jaguar Land Rover have today laid the foundation stone for their first factory in China.
The company is starting a joint deal with Chery Automobile to start manufacturing Jaguar and Land Rover models in the country.
The new plant is being built in Changshu, near Shanghai. The project will create cars specifically for the Chinese market, as exporting cars from the UK is costly.
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