MINI and the Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor have signed an agreement on the production of electric vehicles at the plant in China. Companies will have equal shares in the joint venture, which will be based in Jiangsu Province. In this province, it is also planned to build a new production site. It is reported that the joint venture will develop, produce and supply electrified MINI to the Chinese market, which will enhance the brand's competitive advantages in the world's largest electric vehicle market.
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