China scraps foreign auto ownership caps


Further opening its markets, China is removing a two-decade restriction on foreign automakers, which can currently only own a 50% share of any local venture.

The rule change could boost Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), which has been seeking to set up a wholly owned plant in Shanghai, as well as other global carmakers.

Ownership limits for new EVs will be removed this year, commercial vehicles in 2020 and passenger vehicles in 2022.

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