Chinese Carmakers Eye America

Companies like Changfeng won't risk rushing into the U.S. market. But tiny ZX and its distributor CHAMCO could be selling cars in Detroit by '09

Most of the world's leading automakers showed up in Detroit in January for the 101st annual North American International Auto Show. The Detroit show is the preeminent automotive exhibition in the U.S., attracting scores of automakers, dozens of new model introductions, hundreds of automotive executives, thousands of media representatives (some 7,000 television, radio, and print journalists registered for this year's show), and hundreds of thousands of visitors.

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