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  • 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.


  • Changchun vehicle import port: a bridge connecting China's "motor city" and B&R countries

    The vehicle import port of Changchun Xinglong Railway Container Terminal has embraced its first anniversary in May. After one year's operation, it has gradually become a bridge connecting China's "motor city" Changchun and the countries along the Belt and Road route.


  • BMW to invest 620 mln USD in northeast China

    BMW Group plans to invest 4.4 billion yuan (about 620 million U.S. dollars) this year in the construction of its new factory in Shenyang, capital city of northeast China's Liaoning Province, local government said Thursday.


  • Sales of China's iconic sedan brand Hongqi surge in Jan.-April

    China's leading automaker FAW Group said Friday that it saw a 111-percent year-on-year growth in auto sales under its Hongqi brand in the first four months of this year.


  • China's automobile sector remains stable despite sales drop: official

    China's automobile sector will remain stable and positive in the long term despite the decline in auto sales during the past two years, an official with China's top economic planner said Thursday.


  • China's passenger vehicle sales contracts in February amid epidemic

    China's passenger vehicle sales dropped sharply in February, severely hit by the novel coronavirus outbreak, industry data showed.


  • Study: E-mobility threatens hundreds of thousands of German jobs

    Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the German automotive sector are under threat due to the transition to electromobility, according to a government-commissioned report released on Monday.


  • Altmaier calls for courageous use of innovation in automotive sector

    Germany's Federal Minister of Economics, Peter Altmaier has called on politicians and the automotive industry to make bold use of the emerging wave of innovation in mobility.


  • Daimler ends production of X-class just three years after launch

    German automaker Daimler is to end production of its X-class Mercedes Benz pick-up truck in May, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


  • BMW boss says carmaker wants 20-percent reduction in CO2 emissions

    German carmaker BMW wants to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 20 percent in the coming year in order to meet new EU environmental regulations, board chairman Oliver Zipse said on Wednesday.


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