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A complete separation will be hard for some global brands that manufacture in China, and it may not be desirable for major global automakers such as General Motors.
Nissan's Infiniti luxury brand, looking to duck steep tariffs, aims to triple sales in the world's biggest auto market in five years by ramping up production of five new nameplates in China.
Lincoln plans to build as many as five new vehicles in China by 2022, two sources told Reuters, in a move to expand sales in the world's largest vehicle market and blunt the impact of trade disputes.
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