Chinese-made vehicles don't have the best reputation but that isn't going to stop Volvo from exporting models to the United States and Russia.

Chinese-made vehicles don't have the best reputation but that isn't going to stop Volvo from exporting models to the United States and Russia.

According to Reuters, a senior Volvo executive confirmed the company will export the Chinese-made S60L to the United States and the XC90 to Russia as early as next year. The executive went on to say the company plans to export about 10,000 S60Ls annually.

The executive acknowledged concerns about quality but stated the move aims to minimize currency risks. As they explained, "The dollar and the yuan have the best relationship, a more stable relationship than the euro and the dollar."

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