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Listing now priced at bottom of suggested range and delayed by a day
Chief executive warns that semiconductor shortage will constrain second-half growth
Partnership is part of Swedish automaker’s push to sell only fully electric cars by end of this decade
Swedish group to set prices centrally and cut out dealers in ordering vehicles
Factories in China show how a recovery can be handled safely
Swedish group wants half its sales to be fully electric by 2025
Hakan Samuelsson says premature launch risks ‘best lifesaver’ in car history
Corporate leaders warn of risk to competitiveness from expected weak government
China’s Geely delays flotation as tensions hit carmaker valuations
Hakan Samuelsson steps up calls to end trade war between US, China and Europe
Samuelsson says EU not made stronger by protection as he opens first US car factory
Next generation of executives may be different breed to established stars of today
Samuelsson lays ground for Swedish group to take on German giants as he eyes listing
Under Geely, the carmaker is back in profit and selling well in China. But is it big enough to compete with its rivals?
Failure to create real demand threatens Beijing’s dream of becoming world’s top market
Swedish manufacturer aims to test up to 100 autonomous vehicles on China roads
Ford, Honda, Daimler, Volvo and Nissan rollout vehicles at Detroit auto show
Chinese-owned carmaker considers tapping capital markets in potential precursor to IPO
Swedish carmaker launches luxury saloon aimed at Chinese and US markets
Strong dollar and rebound in European sales offset effects of China slowdown
Chinese vehicles for export to US highlight how far manufacturers have come
Geely ownership pays off for Swedish carmaker and clears way for further expansion
The S60L marks a possible turning point for the motor industry