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The following Top 10 news stories are selected by the editorial board of CBU/CAR as the most important events of China’

SHANGHAI – Gu Feng, former CFO of SAIC Motor, has joined AICEV as co-founder and CEO of the new startup company.

BEIJING – Tim Heile has been appointed division general manager of marketing and PR of Dongfeng-Infiniti, effective on March 1, 2017.

HANGZHOU, Zhejiang – Chen Guozhang has left PSA Group to join Hangzhou Changjiang Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd.

BEIJING – China’s automotive aftermarket value is expected to reach ¥880 billion ($127.

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