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China's Great Wall Motor signs MoU with Maharashtra, to invest $1 bn

"This would be a highly automated plant in Talegaon (near Pune) with advanced robotics technology integrated into many of the production processes," said Parker Shi, MD of GWM India

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In January this year, GWM had signed an agreement to acquire the plant from GM.

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Chinese auto major Great Wall Motor (GWM) on Tuesday said it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Maharashtra government for its manufacturing facility in the state which it had acquired from General Motors (GM).
 
The company has committed an investment of $1 billion (about Rs 7,600 crore) in India in a phased manner with estimated employment for over 3,000 people.

"This would be a highly automated plant in Talegaon (near Pune) with advanced robotics technology integrated into many of the production processes," Parker Shi, managing director of the Indian subsidiary of GWM, said in a statement.

"Overall we

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First Published: Jun 16 2020 | 4:13 PM IST

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