Admin said:Xu said Chang'an is planning to build assembly plants in Pakistan and Malaysia to speed up overseas sales.
And foreign distributors like Michael Ward, president of Tiger Truck LLC, Chang'an's sole distributor in the United States, have confidence in Chang'an products.
Ward told China Daily: "The United States has the most difficult auto standards in the world. But I believe Chang'an can meet those standards if it wants to do so. We will increase its sales in the United States step by step."
Ward said 1,000 Chang'an vehicles were sold in the United States last year.
The above is quite misleading -
Ask how many of these have been certified for on-road use. It is an easy guess - zero - because these are sold in the US strictly for golf courses, off road.
We might as well be talking golf carts, go carts, bicycles.....