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Chang’an-PSA to start operation in October

SHANGHAI – Eric Apode, president of Chang’an-PSA joint venture, announced in Shanghai on July 25 that the company expects to get approval from the Ministry of Commerce and receive operating license in October, according to a report on auto.qq.com. Apode said Chang’an-PSA will hold its opening ceremony this October in Shenzhen. The joint venture will

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BAIC to cooperate with Zoyte on car model project

BEIJING – Beijing Automotive Group Co., Ltd. (BAIC) is negotiating with Zhejiang-based Zoyte Holding Group for potential cooperation, according to a report at auto.qq.com citing sources close to the matter. “BAIC will work with Zoyte on car model project instead of acquisition at the current stage,” disclosed an insider. BAIC executives revealed

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Chinese auto companies improve post-sale service -survey

Geely Automobile Holdings and makers of other Chinese indigenous brands have made strides in after-sale service as they rev up efforts to win customer recognition, according to a closely watched annual survey released on Thursday. Five local nameplates, including Geely’s Gleagle and Dongfeng Motors Group’s Fengshen, rank “above average” for

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