News ID: 13793
Published: 0716 GMT October 19, 2014

Chinese carmaker negotiating assembly lines

Chinese carmaker negotiating assembly lines

Chinese state-owned automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturer JAC Motors is negotiating with Iran’s Kerman Khodro car manufacturing group to produce J2 and P1 cars in Iran.

JAC vice chairman said the company exported over 8,000 cars to Iran in the six months ending September 22, Fars News Agency reported on October 18.

He said Iran is one of the main markets for JAC products, Trend News Agency reported.

The Iranian Auto Parts Manufacturers Union has proposed a plan to Iran’s Industries, Mines and Trade Ministry, based on which the import of cars from countries that imposed sanctions against Iran’s car industry will be banned.

Arash Mohebbinejad, the secretary of the Iranian union, said the plan dubbed “Car Import Management Plan” confirmed the import ban, ISNA reported.

Currently, the largest number of cars is imported from Germany, Japan and South Korea to Iran. The three countries had joined the US-led sanctions against the Iranian car industry.

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