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Do-Fluoride to supply batteries to Xindayang and Nanjing King Long

Do-Fluoride (Jiaozuo) New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Shenzhen-listed Do-Fluoride Chemicals Co., Ltd., inked deals with Shandong Xindayang Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. and Nanjing King Long Coach Manufacturing Co., Ltd. for supplying them with lithium batteries, announced Do-Fluoride on September 22. Do-Fluoride will provide 40,000 units of 144V

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Chongqing builds financial leasing company for new energy vehicles

CHONGQING - New Energy Vehicle Industry Development (Chongqing) Co., Ltd. and Chongqing New Energy Vehicle Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. invested by Chongqing Liangjiang New Area Development and Investment Group, Chongqing Sokon Industrial Group Co., Ltd. and Lifan Industry (Group) Co., Ltd. were set up on September 22, reported Chongqing Daily.

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Fujian Motor Industry Group invests in building new energy vehicle JV

Fujian Motor Industry Group Co., Ltd. (FJ Motor) has built a new energy vehicle joint venture in partnership with Fujian Haiyuan Automatic Equipment Co., Ltd. (Haiyuan Machinery), Putian State-owned Assets Investment Co. and Liu Xinwen, former president of Chery New Energy Vehicle Co., according to a statement of Haiyuan Machinery

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SAIC-IVECO-Hongyan launches two logistics transportation trucks

CHONGQING – SAIC-IVECO-Hongyan Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd. launched its Hongyan Gentruck and new Hongyan Genlyon to the market on September 19. The Gentruck 6x2 trailer filled the blank of Hongyan in medium-end truck market and the upgraded Hongyan Genlyon enhanced its position in the high-end market. According to

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Supervision key to emission reduction and standards upgrading

“Around 80 to 90 percent of heavy-duty trucks entering Beijing at night are State-I, II and III-emissions standards-compliant vehicles simply wearing State-IV emissions standards labels,” said Li Kunsheng, director of motor vehicle emissions administration from Beijing’s Environmental Protection Bureau at the recently held 2015 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive

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Auto e-commerce is about online-offline integratio

BEIJING – Automotive e-commerce is not simply online business models taking over or disrupting traditional offline activities, but rather the integration of the two, according to executives of several automotive e-commerce platforms at the 2015 China Internet Auto E-Commerce Summit held in Beijing on September 13. The Summit was organized

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