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Yudo NEV unveils ¦Ð3 and ¦Ð1 electric SUVs, targets launch by yearend

BEIJING – Yudo New Energy Vehicle Co., Ltd. unveiled the pre-production versions of its π3 and π1 small electric SUVs at an event in Beijing on February 27 announcing its brand positioning, upcoming product plans and sales and marketing strategy. The company, who is focused on making pure electric SUVs,

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Secrets behind Dayu’s success

Dayun Auto achieved an eye-catching profit of ¥700 million ($102 million) in 2016, but through an arduous journey. Back in 2010, the first year on the market for Dayun’s heavy-duty trucks, the market was booming but there was shortage of spare parts. Even worse in 2012, the market shrank 40

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Major policies affecting the heavy-duty truck and freight transport industries in 2017

With the implementation of the GB1589-2016 standards in 2016, China’s heavy-duty truck and freight industries have already went through a round of “shock.” What additional policies – ones that are currently in effect and those that will go into effect – will affect how the two industries development? Which ones

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China automobile sales up 0.23 percent in January

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in January increased 0.23 percent from the previous year to 2.52 million units, according to data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on February 13. Passenger vehicle sales reached 2,218,200 units, down 1.10 percent, while commercial vehicle sales reached 301,300 units, up 11.32

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Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game?

FAW-VW Audi dealers have recently founded a dealer association and issued a statement saying that after achieving the sales target of 1 million Audi cars by 2020, they will not object to Audi having a new partner in China (namely SAIC). They are also requiring that Audi “provide a reasonable

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BAIC Group executive adjustment for better management and development

BEIJING – Li Feng, Party standing committee member of Beijing Automotive Group Co., Ltd. (BAIC Group), will concurrently work as secretary of the Party committee and dean of BAIC Group New Technology Research Institute and assist Xu Heyi, chairman of BAIC Group, for the management of BAIC Motor Corp., Ltd.

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