"a major step toward expanding the brand in the world's largest auto market"So sorry, forgot to leave a link.
ASIA BUSINESS January 15, 2013, 2:35 p.m. ET
Chrysler Looks to Restart Jeep Production in China
By CHRISTINA ROGERS
Chrysler Group LLC majority owner Fiat SpA has struck a deal with Guangzhou Automobile Group to restart Jeep production in China, a major step toward expanding the brand in the world's largest auto market.
The Jeep was first launched in China in 1983, and although production there ended in 2009 when Chrysler filed for bankruptcy, the brand remains well recognized. Today, Jeep sells three models in China—the Grand Cherokee, Wrangler and Compass—all imported.
So Jeep shouldn't expand their brand in China?