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Chang’an Auto eyes Volkswagen for heavy-duty joint venture opportunity

Chang'an Automobile Group (Chang'an), China's fourth largest automotive group, has been quickly expanding since last year. In November 2009, the company acquired Hafei and Changhe, two vehicle brands, from Aviation Industry Corp. of China. Six months later on May 7, 2010, Chang'an inked a letter of intent with PSA Peugeot

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IAC expands China footprint with opening of Beijing facility

BEIJING - International Automotive Components (IAC), a leading global tier-one automotive interiors supplier based in the U.S., opened its newest manufacturing facility in China on May 19 at a ceremony held in Beijing.  The Shanghai IAC Songjiang Automotive Carpet & Acoustics Co., Ltd. Beijing Branch, located within the Beijing Automotive

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Key policies in place to effectively promote green vehicles

The Chinese government is poised to release new policies to effectively promote green vehicles as suggested in the three news stories "New energy vehicle subsidies to be released soon," "China to levy excise tax based on vehicle displacement" and "Four standards on EVs approved." The four standards on electric vehicles

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