The luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover is to begin manufacturing vehicles in China for the first time.
The company will announce a "milestone" £1 billion deal with Chery Automobile Company and begin the construction of a new plant at Changshu near Shanghai.
Jaguars and Land Rovers will be built at the site along with new branded vehicles aimed at the Chinese market, the company said.
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