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The documents did not say when the plant would start operations. The facility is approved to build all-electric battery cars, electric hybrids as well as combustion engine cars like Lotuses. Job advertisements on Geely’s website show the automaker is looking to fill at least 20 Wuhan-based roles for the Lotus project. While is not clear what portion of the new Chinese production line would be devoted to the British brand, greater production volumes would be consistent with Geely’s stated ambition to grow the market for Lotus by broadening its line-up.

Geely sold only 1,630 Lotuses globally in 2018, Lotus currently produces models such as the Evora and Elise, James Bond famously drove a Lotus Esprit in 1977’s “The Spy Who Loved Me”, and Lotus once boasted a Formula One team until it was sold to Renault (RENA.PA) for just one pound in 2015, But in a major break with the past, two sources familiar with the matter said Lotus would likely make luxury SUVs instead of sports cars during the Wuhan plant’s initial phase, One of the sources said Geely wanted to double button cufflinks emulate premium carmakers like Porsche (PSHG_p.DE), whose luxury SUV models were selling well in China..

The share of luxury SUVs in China’s overall passenger car market grew from 4.07 percent in 2014 to 5.01 percent in 2018, according to data from consultancy J.D. Power. Geely has forecast flat sales this year after the Chinese auto market contracted for the first time in more than two decades in 2018. The company has made waves in the auto world with its $9 billion purchase of a stake in Germany’s Daimler AG DAIG.DE and its $1.8 billion acquisition of Sweden’s Volvo. It bought 51 percent of Lotus from Malaysian automaker Proton in 2017.

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S, lawmakers introduced bills on Wednesday that would ban the sale of U.S, chips or other components to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], ZTE Corp or other Chinese telecommunications companies that violate U.S, sanctions or export control laws, The proposed law drew sharp criticism from China where Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying called the U.S, legislation “hysteria”, intensifying double button cufflinks a bitter trade war between Beijing and Washington..

The bills were introduced shortly before the Wall Street Journal reported federal prosecutors were investigating allegations that Huawei stole trade secrets from T-Mobile U.S. Inc and other U.S. businesses. The Journal said that an indictment could be coming soon on allegations that Huawei stole T-Mobile technology, called Tappy, which mimicked human fingers and was used to test smartphones. Huawei said in a statement the company and T-Mobile settled their disputes in 2017 following a U.S. jury verdict that found “neither damage, unjust enrichment nor wilful and malicious conduct by Huawei in T-Mobile’s trade secret claim”.

Hua urged U.S, lawmakers to block the bills, “I believe the action of these few representatives are an expression of extreme arrogance and an extreme lack of self-confidence,” Hua said, “Actually the whole world can see double button cufflinks very clearly that the real intent of the United States is to employ its state apparatus in every conceivable way to suppress and block out China’s high-tech companies,” she added, The legislation is the latest in a long list of actions taken to fight what some in the Trump administration call China’s cheating through intellectual property theft, illegal corporate subsidies and rules hampering U.S, corporations that want to sell their goods in China..

In November, the U.S. Department of Justice unveiled an initiative to investigate China’s trade practices with a goal of bringing trade secret theft cases. At that time, Washington had announced an indictment against Chinese chipmaker Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd for stealing trade secrets from U.S. semiconductor company Micron Technology relating to research and development of memory storage devices. Jinhua, which has denied any wrongdoing, was put on a list of entities that cannot buy goods from U.S. firms.

On Capitol Hill, Senator Tom Cotton and Representative Mike Gallagher, both Republicans, along with Senator Chris Van Hollen and Representative Ruben Gallego, both Democrats, introduced the bills that would require the president to ban the export of U.S, components to any Chinese telecommunications company that violates U.S, sanctions or export control laws, The bills specifically cite ZTE and Huawei, both of which double button cufflinks are viewed with suspicion in the United States because of fears that their switches and other gear could be used to spy on Americans, Both have also been accused of failing to respect U.S, sanctions on Iran..