http://www.chinaautoreview.com/register/publication.aspx?t=car
Classification: COMMENTARY
NEV entry threshold: easier or harder? [2017-04-11]

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China’s top economic planner, on March 28 approved Henan Suda Electric Vehicle Technology’

Car hailing market cools down despite sharing economy boom [2017-03-22]

The ride-hailing market seems to be cooling down. Starting from March 20, drivers who do not have Beijing’

Wey to LYNK [2017-03-17]

Great Wall took the motoring world largely by surprise when it unveiled the Wey brand at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November 2016.

China to focus on clean energy vehicles instead of NEVs? [2017-03-16]

In his government work report at this year’s start of the 5th Annual Session of the 12th National People’

Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (III) [2017-03-16]

Now it may be a little late for FAW and Audi to talk about establishing a JV sales company, but it’

Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (II) [2017-03-16]

Dealers are reportedly refusing to purchase imported cars to force Audi to accept the statement, which means Audi is definitely in a dilemma.

Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (I) [2017-03-06]

FAW-VW Audi dealers have recently founded a dealer association and issued a statement saying that after achieving the sales target of 1 million Audi cars by 2020, they will not object to Audi having a new partner in China (namely SAIC).

Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? [2017-03-06]

FAW-VW Audi dealers have recently founded a dealer association and issued a statement saying that after achieving the sales target of 1 million Audi cars by 2020, they will not object to Audi having a new partner in China (namely SAIC).

NEV policy change to shake up industry value chain [2017-03-06]

According to recent data released by China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), new energy passenger vehicle sales in January reported an 87 percent month-on-month and 61 percent year-on-year decline.

Shared economy to drive car-sharing business [2017-02-09]

A key word for the Chinese car industry in 2016 would definitely be shared economy. Take the car hailing service industry as an example.

1234567891011121314151617181920>> ...4647
http://www.chinaautoreview.com/app_files/downloads/CBU-SmartEV_v5n1.pdf
http://www.cbuauto.com.cn/contact/default3.asp
http://www.hcp-china.com/
http://www.conmet.cn/
http://www.g-i-events.com/automotive-roundtable/
http://ahweb.adsale.com.hk/t.aspx?unt=2545-CPS17_CBU_banner