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Geely-owned London Taxi Co. opens new dedicated electric taxi plant in the UK [2017-04-24]

COVENTRY, England – London Taxi Co., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Geely Holding Group, has officially opened UK’

Anti-Korean sentiment hinders Hyundai's sales growth in China [2017-04-12]

Hyundai has maintained its rapid pace of sales growth in China last year, which accounted for over a quarter of Hyundai’

GAC-Mitsubishi starts engine project in Hunan [2017-04-07]

CHANGSHA, Hunan – GAC Mitsubishi Motors Co., Ltd. (GAC-Mitsubishi) started its engine project at its engine plant in Changsha, Hunan Province on March 29.

BBAC receives "Factory of the Year" award [2017-03-31]

MUNICH – Beijing Benz Automotive Co., Ltd. (BBAC), the joint venture between Daimler and BAIC Motor, received a “

Audi apologizes for Chinese map blunder [2017-03-21]

BEIJING – Audi China, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Audi AG, issued a statement of apology on March 16 on its website (www.

Geely Group builds engine plant in Guiyang [2017-03-09]

GUIYANG, Guizhou – Geely Group broke ground at its engine plant in Baiyun Industrial Park in, Guiyang, Guizhou Province, on February 21.

FAW Jiefang to cooperate with Continental for product improvement [2017-03-06]

BARCELONA, Spain – FAW Jiefang and Continental Automotive Co., Ltd. signed a strategic cooperation agreement here on February 27.

CHJ Automotive signs agreement to build second plant in Changzhou [2017-03-06]

CHANGZHOU, Jiangsu – CHJ Automotive signed an agreement here on February 21 to build a second plant in the Wujin National Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province.

Chang'an-Ford's Harbin plant goes into operation [2017-03-06]

HARBIN, Heilongjiang – Chang’an-Ford’s all new Focus Hatchback rolled off the assembly line here in the new Harbin production base on February 22, which marks the joint venture’

Major Chinese automakers' sales performance in January [2017-03-06]

BEIJING – China’s passenger vehicle market remained strong growth momentum in the first month of this year and sales of Chinese brand vehicles continued to surge on a yearly basis, said China Automotive Information Net (CAIN) citing sales reports released recently by 16 Chinese automakers  According to these automakers’

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