British Prime Minister David Cameron, currently in China on a state visit this week, today met with Chairman Li Shufu, of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, in Shanghai.
Mr Cameron and Mr Li’s discussion focused on the London Electric Vehicle Company, a subsidiary of Geely Group, touching on the firm’s production, global sales and future development. Geely Group Vice President and London Electric Vehicle Company Chairman Daniel Li was also present at the meeting.
Mr Cameron said, "Black cabs are synonymous with
"Seeing one in Shanghai today highlights how the links between the U
"I'm delighted that Geely are investing £80m in their
Mr Li said, “As a long-term and committed investor, we are determined to restore the fortunes of this symbolic brand which is known and admired all around the world. We believe the illustrious past of the London Black Cab can be matched by a successful and healthy future.”
Geely Group own The London Electric Vehicle Company which restarted production of the iconic Black Cab in September 2013. This momentous occasion for the Coventry-based manufacturer, hosted by Chairman Li and Vice-President of U