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  • Chinese NEV makers scramble to apply for metaverse-related trademarks

    Chinese new energy vehicle (NEV) manufacturers including BYD, Chery, Li Auto, XPeng, Nio, and Hozon Auto have rushed to file for registration of metaverse-related trademarks, the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News reported on Tuesday.


  • China's homegrown vehicles still competitive, amid wider opening-up in auto field

    China's homegrown automobile brands are still competitive, amid the intensified competition from foreign peers and the country's wider opening-up in the automobile field, the Economic Information Daily reported on Tuesday.


  • Sales of China's iconic sedan brand rev up in Jan-Nov

    Hongqi, an automobile brand under China's leading automaker FAW Group Co. Ltd., posted a rise of 46.7 percent in sales in the first 11 months of this year.


  • China to have over 300 mln registered automobiles by year-end

    China, the world's largest automobile market, is expected to have more than 300 million registered automobiles by the end of this year, an official with the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said on Saturday.


  • Nepali operator to buy 40 electric buses from Chinese company

    Sajha Yatayat, a cooperative-based public transport entity in Nepal, is purchasing 40 electric buses from a Chinese company, a board member of the Nepali operator said Saturday.


  • BMW Brilliance's 4 millionth car rolls off production line

    BMW Brilliance Automobile, a joint venture between Germany's auto giant BMW and Chinese car maker Huachen Auto Group, has rolled out its 4 millionth locally produced BMW car off the production line in northeast China's Shenyang, capital city of Liaoning Province.


  • Local brands report higher market share in China's auto market

    Local Chinese automobile brands saw their market share expanding to 42.1 percent in August, up 8.3 percentage points year on year, according to a monthly report from the China Passenger Car Association.


  • China Focus: Global automakers, experts call for cooperation on NEVs

    Major global automakers and experts have called for more intensive cooperation in the field of new energy vehicles (NEVs) to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.


  • ​Over 25 mln vehicles sold in China 2020, ranking 1st globally for 12th year in a row, report

    China's automobile market run smoothly in 2020, with 25.31 million vehicles sold, decreasing by 1.9 percent year on year but still ranking the first globally for 12 consecutive years, according to an annual report on automobile industry in China released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Equipment Industry Development Center on Thursday.


  • China's FAW Group reports robust motor vehicle production, sales in H1

    China FAW Group Corporation, a leading motor vehicle producer in China, churned out nearly 1.8 million motor vehicles and sold over 1.9 million units in the first half of this year (H1), according to the company.


  • China speeds up efforts to promote industrialization of IoV

    China has recently rolled out a series of policies to promote industrialization of the Internet of Vehicles (IoVs), the Shanghai Securities News reported on Tuesday.


  • Guangzhou to construct China's largest automobile logistics hub island

    South China's Guangzhou will build Shazai Island into China's largest automobile logistics hub island with 8 ro-ro car berths, 1.8 kilometers of dock coastline, and more than 1.6 million square meters of automobile yard, according to Guangzhou Port Group.


  • SAIC Developer Conference

    Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud computing are developing vigorously. Through the in-depth integration with information technology, automobiles with a history of more than 100 years have also ushered in a huge opportunity for disruptive changes. Driven by the wave of intelligence, cars are developing in the direction of "data determines experience and software defines cars." SAIC is sending a sincere invitation to automotive users and third-party developers to jointly build a "win-win" smart car ecosystem on the SOA software platform.


  • China's auto market expected to see 4 pct growth in sales for 2021, association

    China's automobile market is expected to have 26.3 million vehicles sold in 2021, representing a year-on-year increase of about 4 percent, estimated by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), according to Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily on Monday.


  • China's four industries eye new opportunities in 2021 on fresh impetus

    Industry insiders predicted that four industries including semiconductor, automobile, new energy and environmental protection will get fresh impetus and maintain high prosperity in 2021.


  • Geely Technology Group signs cooperation deal with E.China's Jinan

    China's Geely Technology Group on Sunday signed a strategic cooperation agreement on intelligent power station and new energy vehicle (NEV) plants projects with Jinan, capital of east China's Shandong Province, reported local newspaper Wednesday.


  • NW. China Xinjiang's auto industry speeds up transformation and upgrading

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has been accelerating the transformation and upgrading of the automobile industry since the beginning of the year, to inject impetus for the local economic development, reported Xinjiang Daily Monday.


  • Malaysian carmaker Proton launches new car with Geely partnership

    Malaysian national carmaker Proton rolled out the X50 Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) on Tuesday from the partnership with China's Geely.


  • Chinese automakers' profits down 5.9 pct in Jan-July

    China's auto manufacturing sector saw the decline in its profits narrow in the first seven months of 2020 as the auto market maintained recovery momentum, industry data showed.


  • Chery Automobile to recall 190,352 SUVs in China

    Chinese automaker Chery Automobile Co. will recall 190,352 vehicles from the domestic market over safety concerns, according to the country's top quality watchdog.


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