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Now that Geely chairman Li Shufu is the largest single shareholder in Daimler, there's a strong possibility that the two firms could cooperate on tech development.

According to the German business publication Manager Magazin, the partnership could even extend to Daimler buying a small stake in Volvo, which Geely owns, and potentially supplying engines and other components to the Swedish marque.

The technology partnership would allegedly have Geely and Mercedes creating a platform for electric vehicles together. However, Manager Magazin specifically notes that the collaboration wouldn't involve the producing battery cells together without citing reasons why this is out of the question.



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