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  • Cambodian PM welcomes Chinese EV giant BYD's plan to open automotive assembly plant in kingdom

    Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet on Monday welcomed a giant Chinese electric car manufacturer BYD's plan to set up an automotive assembly plant in the Southeast Asian country.


  • (Hello Africa) Chinese electric vehicles transforming livelihoods of Kenyan taxi drivers

    Kenya is encouraging the taxi industry to switch to electric vehicles because the move will help reduce carbon emissions from the transportation sector, which translates into more revenue for taxi drivers.


  • Guest Opinion: Competitiveness will never grow in a vacuum of protectionism

    On July 4th, the EU started to impose new "anti-subsidy" tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs) from China. This is by no means a good start for China-EU trade in the second half of the year.


  • Italian Prime Minister Meloni will visit Beijing on July 28 and 29

    Italian Prime Minister Meloni hopes to make new partnership agreements with China not only for electric mobility but also for renewable energies and electric buses. She will open the exhibitions dedicated to Marco Polo in Beijing and Shanghai. Meanwhile, Minister Urso concluded his visit by meeting Chinese authorities and entrepreneurs.


  • Experts upbeat on China's foreign trade despite mounting challenges

    Amid escalating trade tensions, a wide array of experts anticipate that China's foreign trade will sustain positive momentum in the coming months, thanks to the country's export restructuring initiatives.


  • China's e-vehicle brand Neta enters Kenya's market

    Chinese automotive brand Neta announced its entry into the Kenyan market Wednesday, with Moja EV Kenya, a motor dealer, as its distributor.


  • BYD launches 3rd EV model in Japan

    Chinese automaker BYD on Tuesday unveiled its third electric vehicle (EV), the SEAL, in Japan, as the company marches into the country's sedan market.


  • Xinhua Headlines: Great potential seen in China-Europe EV cooperation towards energy transition

    In a move towards a sustainable future, Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers are contributing to Europe's green transformation, as revealed in a groundbreaking new report.


  • Chinese commerce minister says "excessive industrial capacity" narrative reflects "excessive anxiety"

    China's Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao said that Europe's anti-subsidy investigation into China's electric vehicles (EVs) on the grounds of "excessive industrial capacity" is typical trade protectionism. Furthermore, China hopes the two sides will address each other's concerns through dialogue and communication.


  • Global logistics giant DHL opens EV center in Shanghai

    Global logistics giant DHL Group on Wednesday announced that it has established a center of excellence in Shanghai for electric vehicles (EVs) made in China, aiming to provide end-to-end, integrated logistics services for EV products such as batteries, motors and charging infrastructure.


  • China's NIO announces strategic partnership with Hungarian university

    China's NIO, a leading global smart electric vehicle (EV) company, announced a strategic partnership with Hungary's Istvan Szechenyi University Foundation here on Tuesday.


  • Xinhua Headlines: European green industries look to China for upturn, debunk overcapacity claim

    Situated on the Adriatic coast of western Croatia, the Senj Wind Farm has reduced the country's carbon dioxide emissions by about 460,000 tons annually since it was inaugurated in 2021. The cheaper green electricity it generates satisfies the demand of more than 100,000 households in the country.


  • Roundup: Chinese EV brand sets up logistics center at Spanish port

    Arcfox, the electric vehicle (EV) brand of Chinese giant automaker Beijing Automotive Industry Corporation (BAIC), in collaboration with Spanish Atium Logistic Group, has established a logistics center for vehicle storage, deposit, and exportation at the port of Ferrol in northwest Spain.


  • Chinese EV maker Zeekr surges 34 pct in Wall Street debut

    Chinese electric vehicle (EV) brand Zeekr Friday made an impressive debut on the New York Stock Exchange, with its shares opening nearly 24 percent higher than the IPO price of 21 U.S. dollars per share.


  • China's new energy products offer diverse choices for consumers

    Some Western politicians allege that China's new energy products impact global economy. However, facts and figures prove such a narrative groundless and false.


  • Interview: Trade protection measures against Chinese EVs would be a "serious mistake," says German economist

    Protection measures against Chinese electric vehicles (EVs) would be highly risky to the auto market if adopted by the European Union (EU), a German economist and auto expert warned in a recent interview with Xinhua.


  • GLOBALink | Indonesian ambassador to China hopes to strengthen cooperation in EV, green economy

    Indonesian ambassador to China Djauhari Oratmangun said Indonesia would like to further strengthen cooperation with China in various fields including EV industry and green economy.


  • China's BYD adds new dealership in Tokyo

    China's leading electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer BYD added a new showroom in Tokyo on Friday as the carmaker continued its steady march in the Japanese market dominated by hybrids and domestic brands.


  • Interview: China's industrial capacity eyes global market, says Thai banker

    China's industrial capacity is fully geared towards the global market, a Thai banker has said, stressing that there is no such thing as "overcapacity."


  • Feature: Chinese EV brand eyes growth, integration in Hungary

    In the scenic rural town of Biatorbagy, not far from Budapest, Tibor Soregi's vehicle stands out more than most. He is one of the first Hungarians to adopt a state-of-the-art Chinese-made electric vehicle (EV).


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