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  • China sees better-than-expected recovery in automobile market

    China's automobile market continues to rebound in September and the retail sales of passenger vehicles are expected to increase by about 8 percent year-on-year, according to China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA).

    September21,2020


  • Chinese market becomes "most important pillar" for German carmakers in Q2: Ernst & Young

    Three major German carmakers of Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler had reported more sales in China with a year-on-year increase of five percent in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020, according to a study published by global consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY) on Wednesday.

    September10,2020


  • China's leading automaker FAW posts strong sales growth

    First Automotive Works (FAW) Group Co., Ltd., China's leading automaker, sold 314,454 vehicles in August, up 14 percent year on year, according to corporate sources.

    September09,2020


  • FAW-Volkswagen to recall 2,854 imported Audi vehicles in China

    FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. will recall some imported Audi vehicles from the Chinese market because of a possible risk of fires, according to the country's top quality watchdog.

    September07,2020


  • Spotlight: European companies confident in Chinese market in post-pandemic era

    For 52-year-old businessman Stefan Doboczky, the train heading for China on Aug. 20 from Vienna with 41 containers of products on board made by his company the Lenzing Group also carried his confidence in the Chinese market.

    September04,2020


  • Volkswagen to launch road test for self-driving vehicles in east China

    German carmaker Volkswagen will pilot its autonomous-driving travel service in China as the first license plate for road tests was issued to the company on Wednesday.

    August28,2020


  • Auto giants benefit from China car recovery

    Car sales in China accelerated in July, which provided support to the world's auto giants, Bloomberg said in a recent report.

    August13,2020


  • Chinese market becomes main engine of global automotive industry, report

    The Chinese auto market is accelerating its recovery with the effective control of the COVID-19 epidemic and introduction of a slew of policies supporting domestic consumption, the Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily reported on Tuesday.

    August11,2020


  • China's leading automaker posts strong sales growth

    First Automotive Works (FAW) Group Co., Ltd., China's leading automaker, sold 322,471 vehicles in July, up 23.2 percent year on year, according to corporate sources.

    August11,2020


  • Chip, battery become new focus of core technology competition in China's automobile industry

    Chips and batteries have become the new focus in the core technology competition of China's automobile industry, bringing opportunities for independent innovation, reported Economic Information Daily Tuesday.

    August05,2020


  • China's leading automaker posts sales growth

    China's leading automaker First Automotive Works (FAW) Group Co., Ltd. sold more than 1.63 million vehicles in the first half of 2020, up 2.3 percent year on year.

    July27,2020


  • VW boss: slight recovery seen, but corona crisis has hit firm hard

    ​Volkswagen chief executive Herbert Diess says that there have been signs of a slight improvement in the car sector but that the financial losses resulting from the corona crisis remain immense.

    July17,2020


  • BMW awards major battery cell contract to Swedish firm Northvolt

    BMW has awarded a major contract expanding the field of its suppliers of battery cells.

    July17,2020


  • VW subsidiary Sitech, supplier Brose plan joint venture

    The Volkswagen seat manufacturer Sitech aims to set up a joint venture with the car components company Brose.

    July15,2020


  • Honda invests in China's leading lithium-ion battery maker

    Japanese automaker Honda will buy a one-percent stake in Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL), China's largest lithium-ion battery maker, the two companies announced on Friday.

    July13,2020


  • Chinese automaker FAW Group sees growing sales in H1

    Despite the novel coronavirus outbreak, China's leading automaker FAW Group sold over 1.63 million vehicles in the first half (H1) of 2020, up 2.3 percent year on year, according to the automaker.

    July09,2020


  • FAW-Volkswagen reports robust H1 sales

    FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co., Ltd. sold 874,174 vehicles in the first half of 2020, leading the domestic passenger car market, the company said on Tuesday.

    July08,2020


  • Foreign investors keep enthusiasm for Chinese companies despite pandemic

    PepsiCo bought Chinese snack food brand Be & Cheery for 700 million U.S. dollars and Volkswagen announced it would increase its stake in JAC Volkswagen to 75 percent and acquire 26 percent of Gotion High-tech...foreign investors maintain enthusiasm for investing in Chinese enterprises despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    July07,2020


  • Volkswagen to recall 1,220 imported vehicles in China

    Volkswagen Group Import (China) Co. and FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Co. will recall over 1,000 imported vehicles in the Chinese market due to concerns over transmission oil leakage, said China's quality watchdog.

    June22,2020


  • Truck maker Scania mulls staff cuts amid lower demand over virus

    Swedish truck maker Scania - part of the Volkswagen Group - said on Monday it was considering reducing its roughly 51,000-strong global workforce by 10 percent amid weaker demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    June03,2020


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