Vietnam wants to design and make cars for its 90 million motorbike and scooter riders. The country’s largest real-estate company Vingroup JSC said it plans to invest up to $3.5 billion to set up a manufacturing and research and development complex, aiming to roll out the first car in 24 months. The Hanoi-based developer will break ground on the $1 billion to $1.5 billion first phase of the plant, with a plan to make sedans, sport utility vehicles and electric cars in the future, Vingroup Vice Chairwoman Le Thi Thu Thuy said. “We want to create an affordable and ...
Vietnam wants to make its own cars, and how
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Giang Nguyen | Bloomberg Last Updated at September 3, 2017 01:33 IST