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  • Across China: China's NEV industry on fast track

    Huang Zhi, a new energy vehicle (NEV) owner in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, is fascinated by the enjoyable driving experience brought by his car.


  • GAC Group plans to produce and sell 3.5mln vehicles during 14th Five-Year Plan period

    Guangzhou Automobile Group Co., Ltd. (GAC Group) announced late Thursday that it aims to produce and sell 3.5 million units of vehicles during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025). The number of new energy vehicles (NEVs) is expected to take up over one fifth of the total.


  • 60 pct of China's buses go electric amid clean energy push

    China's clean energy drive has so far replaced 60 percent of the country's buses with electric vehicles, up from 20 percent in 2015, as the world's largest market for new energy vehicles (NEVs) maintains sound growth momentum.


  • Tesla recalls 48,442 vehicles in China

    U.S. electric-car maker Tesla has started to recall 48,442 vehicles in China, citing defective parts that could increase the risk of accidents, according to the country's top quality watchdog.


  • Made-in-China Tesla to be exported to Europe

    U.S. carmaker Tesla announced on Monday that it would export the made-in-China Model 3 to Europe, marking another important milestone for its Shanghai Gigafactory.


  • SW.China Chongqing vows to further promote NEV dev.

    In response to the central government's call on developing new energy vehicle (NEV), southwest China's Chongqing has seized opportunities for the development of NEV industry, reported Chongqing Daily Monday.


  • China approves plan for new energy vehicle industry development

    The State Council, China's cabinet, on Friday approved the plan for the new energy vehicle (NEV) industry development, the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News reported on Saturday.


  • China to stabilize employment, boost NEV industry

    The State Council, China's cabinet, on Friday stressed measures to further stabilize employment to ensure the completion of its annual target. It also passed a development plan for the country's new energy vehicle industry to foster new growth areas of green development.


  • Volkswagen to invest 15 bln euros in e-mobility with Chinese partners

    German carmaker Volkswagen is positioning itself to take a leading role in the development of China's new-energy vehicle (NEV) industry, with plans for large-scale financial investment in the coming years.


  • China Focus: Decade on, Sino-German NEV cooperation bears fruits, shares broad prospects

    The cooperation on new energy vehicles (NEVs) between China and Germany has made remarkable progress over the past decade since the two countries forged a strategic partnership on electric vehicles in June 2011.


  • 2020 World New Energy Vehicle Congress starts in Hainan

    The 2nd World New Energy Vehicle Congress (WNEVC 2020) commenced on Sunday in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, focusing on sustainable, healthy, intelligent and integrated development of the new energy vehicle (NEV) industry.


  • China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle plans RMB share issue and listing on Sci-Tech Board

    China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Limited (00708.HK) announced Friday that it proposed to issue RMB shares on the Science and Technology Innovation Board (Sci-Tech Board) of the Shanghai Stock Exchange.


  • SW.China Chongqing to further facilitate NEV application

    Southwest China's Chongqing recently rolled out measures to promote the development of the new energy vehicle (NEV) industry by supporting the application of NEVs in the city, reported Chongqing Daily Monday.


  • China's passenger vehicle sales expand in August

    China's passenger vehicle sales registered strong growth in August, as the automobile market continued to recover, industry data showed.


  • GEM (002340, SZ) inks deal with PT. HPAL to buy nickel, cobalt materials

    GEM (002340, SZ), a leading Chinese enterprise in recycling industry, announced recently that it signed a strategic cooperation agreement with PT Halamahera Persada Lygend (HPAL), a Indonesia-based rare metal materials provider, to buy nickel and cobalt materials from the latter.


  • Guotai Junan International to join hands with NIO and CATL in boosting innovation of NEV battery

    Guotai Junan International (1788.HK) announced that it would join hands with NIO Inc. (NIO), Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) and Hubei Science Technology Investment Group Co., Ltd. (HBSTI) to jointly boost the innovation and development of new energy vehicle (NEV) battery.


  • Construction of NEV industrial park begins in NE China's Changchun int'l auto city

    Construction of a new energy vehicle (NEV) industrial park started on Thursday in Changchun international auto city, northeast China's Jilin province.


  • China's NEV storage battery output surges in July

    China's output of storage batteries to power new energy vehicles (NEV) edged up by 6.4 percent year on year in July, rebounding from a 16.2-percent decrease in June, industry data showed.


  • BYD new-energy vehicle sales slump

    China's leading new-energy vehicle (NEV) manufacturer BYD reported on Thursday that its NEV sales have tumbled in the first seven months of this year.


  • SE. China Fujian unveils three-year action plan in NEV dev.

    The local authorities in southeast China's Fujian Province recently issued a three-year action plan on the development of new energy vehicles (NEV), energy storage batteries, and new energy equipment, reported Fujian Daily Tuesday.


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