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  • China carmaker Changan sees sales decline 24.8 pct in June

    Chinese automaker Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. reported a 24.8 percent annual decrease in automobile sales in June.


  • Profit of Chinese automaker Geely to drop 40 pct in H1

    Net profit of Chinese automaker Geely is expected to slump by 40 percent in the first half (H1) of this year, the company said in an statement Monday.


  • Haval H6 sustains China's top-selling SUV model for 69 months

    China's largest SUV and pickup maker Great Wall Motor Co. Ltd. saw its H6 model sustain China's No. 1 top-selling SUV model for 69 months.


  • Guangzhou Automobile sees 4 pct sales decline in Jan.-Feb.

    Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automobile Group Co., Ltd. (GAC Group) posted a 4 percent decline in its auto sales in the first two months of 2019, mainly dragged down by a plunge in SUV sales.


  • Great Wall Motor bets big on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

    Great Wall Motor Co Ltd, one of the country's largest SUV and pickup manufacturers, is making hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles a new focus for its business, expecting it to become a vital sector in the long term, according to a senior executive.


  • Chinese autos gain consumer confidence, market share in Ecuador

    The market share of Chinese-made automobiles in Ecuador have increased rapidly over the past three years, currently ranking third in sales volumes, showed data recently released by Ecuador's Association of Automotive Companies (AEADE).


  • China's Foton vehicles enter Omani market

    Oman's Gulf Great Sands announced on Monday the arrival of Chinese Foton vehicles for the first time in the country and is now available for customers.


  • Chinese vehicle maker FAW unveils new models in Ecuador

    FAW Group Corporation, one of China's largest state-owned vehicle manufacturers, showcased its range of models for the Ecuadorian market over the weekend.


  • China's registered motor vehicles top 327 mln in 2018

    China's registered motor vehicles hit 327 million in 2018 with licensed drivers reaching 409 million, the Traffic Management Bureau of China's Ministry of Public Security said on January 11.


  • China's auto sales expected to drag in 2019

    China's auto market is expected to advance at a slow pace in 2019 as mild economic expansion might weigh upon big-ticket item consumption.


  • China's passenger car sales shrink further

    China's passenger car sales fell for the seventh month in a row last month, data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) showed.


  • Geely, CATL to set up lithium battery JV

    Chinese carmaker Geely Automobile Holdings Limited has reached an agreement to set up a battery joint venture with the country's leading lithium battery producer Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL).


  • Geely says not subject to fines over Daimler stake disclosures

    German markets regulator BaFin has ended its investigation into the purchase of Daimler's stake by Chinese carmaker Geely and decided not to impose fines against Geely over disclosure practices, the Chinese company said Saturday.


  • Geely sales volume up 10 pct in November

    Chinese carmaker Geely saw total sales volume of 141,661 units in November, up 10 percent month on month, the company announced Thursday.


  • Dongfeng Yueda Kia recalls vehicles in China over defective engines

    Dongfeng Yueda Kia Motor Co., Ltd. will recall 68,567 automobiles due to cases of faulty engines, according to China's market regulator.


  • China's passenger vehicle sales decline in October

    China's passenger vehicle sales stood at 2.05 million units in October, down 0.66 percent from September and a decline of 12.99 percent from the same month last year, industry data showed.


  • China's FAW recalls vehicle over fuel pump defect

    China's FAW Group Co., Ltd., a state-owned automaker in northeast China's Jilin Province, is recalling over 280,000 automobiles starting from Dec. 28, 2018, due to a fuel pump defect.


  • China's methanol vehicle to step into promotion and application stage

    China's methanol-fueled vehicles are to step into promotion and application stage, according to the guidance to be released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the Xinua-run reported on Monday.


  • China's auto market likely to see slower growth but still prosperous, official

    China's automobile market probably will see its growth slow down in the future, yet remaining prosperous, according to Xin Guobin, vice minister of industry and information technology at a press conference on Tuesday.


  • Chinese companies team up to develop hydrogen trucks

    China's energy giant has partnered with a leading engine producer to jointly develop hydrogen trucks.


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