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Feature: Chinese company taps potential of auto industry in U.S. Michigan
A Chinese automobile parts company, which has prospered in U.S. midwest state of Michigan for a decade, is furthering its efforts to tap the potential of the local auto industry.
China's car sales fall in July
Car sales in China dropped in July, with 1.808 million vehicles sold last month, down 4.3 percent year on year, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said Monday.
Beijing Hyundai to recall 400,377 vehicles
Beijing Hyundai Motor Co. will recall 400,377 vehicles in the Chinese market, according to China's top quality watchdog.
China's Chongqing, Hungary further cooperation in auto industry
China's southwest municipality Chongqing has signed an agreement with the Hungarian Ministry of Innovation and Technology to further cooperation in the making of auto parts and electronics.
China carmaker Changan profit down 90 pct in 2018
Chinese automaker Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. posted a 90.5 percent plunge in net profit for 2018 amid falling sales.
Interview: New York auto show welcomes more Chinese exhibitors: show president
The New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) is expecting more Chinese automakers, which are indispensable to the dynamic industry and the diversified market, the auto show president said.
China carmaker Changan auto sales down 32 pct in Q1
Chinese automaker Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. reported Friday that vehicle sales in the first quarter of the year slump by 31.8 percent year-on-year.
Dongfeng Honda's 3rd factory goes into operation
Dongfeng Honda Automobile Co. Ltd., a joint venture between China's Dongfeng Motor Corp. and Japan's Honda Motor Co., announced Friday its third factory had gone into operation in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.
Ford reports Q1 sales decline in China
Ford Motor company on Friday reported its first quarter sales in China of 136,279 vehicles, suffering a 35.8 percent decline year on year.
Chinese cars rev up along Belt & Road routes
The auto industry of China has worked to expand market with improved quality for customers along the Belt and Road (B&R) route with a host of own brands with distinctive strength have stood out.
SAIC Motor sees 2018 profits up 4.65 pct
Chinese automaker SAIC Motor Corporation Limited said Monday that its profits rose 4.65 percent last year despite a decline in the country's overall automobile sales.
Subaru to recall 132,954 vehicles in China for brake light problem
Japanese automaker Subaru will recall 132,954 vehicles sold in the Chinese market because of possible safety hazards.
Volvo Group sees opportunities in green transport: paper
Swedish automaker Volvo Group saw big opportunities from China's embracing of environmentally friendly transportation technologies and services, China Daily reported Wednesday.
China auto market figures still sliding with NEV sector flourishes
China’s auto output totaled 1.4098 million in February with sales amounting to 1.4816 million, down 17.37 percent and 13.77 percent, year on year, respectively, according to data released by the China Association of Automobile Manufactures (CAAM)
Porsche to recall over 50,000 cars in China
Porsche, the high-end brand of German automaker Volkswagen, will recall more than 50,000 vehicles sold in the Chinese market because of possible safety hazards.
Beijing Benz recalls over 95,000 defective vehicles in China
Beijing Benz (Mercedes-Benz) Automotive Co. Ltd. has announced a plan to recall vehicles due to defective steering racks, according to China's market regulator.
China's auto industry steps up to enter green and intelligent era
China's automotive industry is undergoing an unprecedented transformation, with more government supports for intelligent and environmental-friendly automotive technologies.
Chinese companies speed up takeovers in overseas auto industry: media
Chinese companies accelerated their takeover efforts in the overseas auto industry in the first half of 2017, aiming for a bigger role in international auto markets, Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
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