Classification: EDITORIAL
PSA's acquisition of Opel from GM and what it could mean for China [2017-03-22]

GM made quick work of its disposal of long-time loss making unit Opel (and Vauxhall) along with its European financing arm, selling them to French carmaker PSA Group in a deal worth €

Ouch! Audi feels the pain in China as it gambles on two-partner strategy gain [2017-03-21]

Tumbling sales, unhappy and hostile Chinese dealers, a Chinese map gaffe and agitated senior executives.

Heavy-duty truck sales unlikely to hit 1 million units again [2017-03-16]

“China’s heavy-duty truck sales help to drive overall auto sales.” It is a statement that not many people in the industry would have expected to hear from the officials of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).

From NEV to CEV: the government work report and the auto industry [2017-03-16]

It’s early March and that means the annual sessions for the CPPCC and NPC, China’s top legislative and advisory bodies, are being held.

Yudo speed rides on favorable environment and unique corporate structure [2017-03-06]

Yudo New Energy Vehicle Co., Ltd. may be the 10th company getting the coveted production license for battery electric passenger vehicles, but it likely will be the first to actually bring products to market.

Dayun's "big fortunes" is a result of perseverance and determination [2017-03-06]

This week’s newsletter features our guest columnist Yao Wei’s critique of the secrets behind the success of Dayun Automobile Manufacturing, China’

For Haval, becoming world No. 1 means more than sales [2017-03-06]

Wei Jianjun shocked the industry once again by announcing an ambitious target of more than doubling annual sales of Haval SUVs from last year’

The good and the bad: market off to mixed start for the New Year [2017-02-24]

The Chinese like to say “kaimenhong” which means an auspicious start to something new. For the country’

High flying start not indicative of a more moderate year for HDT sales [2017-02-15]

To say that the heavy-duty truck market was off to a flying start in the New Year would be an understatement.

Venucia's "independence" and what it means for JV independent and Chinese brands [2017-02-09]

The establishment of Dongfeng Venucia Motor Co. as a wholly-owned subsidiary company under Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.

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