FAW-VW's "data forgery gate" on the Sagitar recall
By Ka Suola FAW-VW claimed that by March 11 the company had completed installation of a metal plate on the axle frames of 293,003 units of recalled Sagitars, or 52 percent of the total vehicles to be recalled.
CHONGQING – Chang’an-Ford plans to increase the number of its dealerships to 900 by the end of the year, reported Internet Info Agency, citing Liu Zongxin, vice president of Chang’
SAGINAW, Michigan – Nexteer Automotive, a global tier one automotive steering and driveline systems supplier, recently announced that it will establish its global headquarters in the greater Detroit area.
The March 15 Gala, or the annual CCTV program exposing fake and problematic products and services, has been an influential prime time evening TV program since it debuted 24 years ago.
NEW DELHI – Chinese auto parts makers are hiking their presence in India by setting up wholly-owned or joint venture subsidiaries to take advantage of low cost labor and a stepping stone to enter other overseas markets.
Four executives from a subsidiary of FAW Group Corp. were exposed for violating Party rules, according to a notice published on the website of Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) on March 27.
Jing Guosong, vice president of FAW-Volkswagen Sales, was arrested in June 2012, according to an article published in Zhongguo Jingji Zhoukan (China Economic Weekly) and was found guilty of corruption charge involving more than ¥10 million ($1.