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The Trump card: Equity relaxation is "Presidential" gift for the U.S. and rest of the world [2017-11-14]

  Chinese and U.S. companies signed deals worth an eye-popping more than $253.5 billion during U.S. President Donald Trump’

Europe becoming Chinese bus makers' second home market [2017-11-09]

There is a Chinese saying that “one’s accomplishments are easily known outside his or her own unit.

New electric era: Polestar and Chang'an make bold electrification moves [2017-11-09]

The 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress was in session in mid-October but that did not mean the auto industry was quiet.

Low-speed EVs on high note after MIIT comment and Zhidou approval [2017-11-09]

  The low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) is getting a major boost after the approval of one of the leading and most prominent LSEV manufacturers and an official response on their future administration), both coming from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), which oversees the production approval of automobile manufacturers and their products.

Ready or not, the "WOFE" is coming for car manufacturing in China [2017-10-27]

Get ready for a new era where foreign carmakers can build wholly-owned manufacturing plants in China without having to form a joint venture with a Chinese manufacturing partner, as required by the existing Automotive Industry Development Policy (AIDP).

New electric era: Polestar and Chang'an make bold electrification moves [2017-10-20]

The 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress is in session this week but that does not mean the auto industry was quiet.

Great Wall-BMW Mini? Never say never! [2017-11-09]

UPDATE: Great Wall Motor said in a statement on October 13 that it has not signed any legal documents with BMW regarding setting up a joint venture in China, but did sign a confidentiality agreement on April 18, 2016 regarding the development of EVs and traditional fuel vehicles and an agreement on February 21, 2017 over the feasibility of cooperation with the Mini brand.

The seven year itch [2017-10-18]

Seven years have passed since China’s heavy-duty truck sales hit an all-time record of more than 1 million units in 2010.

CAFC+NEV "dual credit" scheme finalized, but further details missing [2017-10-11]

Now that the final version of Parallel Administrative Measures for Passenger Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Consumption (CAFC) and New Energy Vehicle (NEV) Credits has been released, multinational and domestic carmakers can breathe a long sigh of relief.

Investing for the future and going high-end to survive [2017-09-27]

This issue continues the rest of Automotive Business Review (ABR)’s interview of FAW Jiefang president Hu Hanjie and features another story that puts two of its close competitors –

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