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Partnership to strengthen ties in manufacturing, connectivity and self-driving models
Chinese and British auto sectors symbolically joined hands on Tuesday as the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, known as CAAM, and Britain's Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, or SMMT, signed a cooperation agreement in London.
China is the world's largest vehicle market and producer, and the United Kingdom is Europe's fourth biggest auto manufacturer. The partnership will strengthen ties in manufacturing, connectivity and autonomous vehicles, low and zero emission technology, and in the supply chain including battery research and development.
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