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China's Geely ramps up self-driving efforts amid auto market slowdown

Carmaker aims for nearly full automation by 2022 with opening of German research

Geely shows off its Geometry A electric vehicle at the auto show in Shanghai in April. The company has also announced big plans for self-driving technology.   © Reuters

HONG KONG --  Geely Auto Group, China's largest private automaker, is ramping up efforts to develop self-driving technology as it grapples with a slowdown in the domestic car market.

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