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Roundup of the 2011 Global Energy Efficiency And New Automotive Industry Conference

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has finalized the Energy-Saving and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2011-2020) (the Plan) and has submitted it to the State Council for final approval. The Plan, being anticipated to be released in the second half of this year, will clarify the

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2011 Global Automotive Symposium successfully held in Shanghai

SHANGHAI – The 2011 Global Automotive Symposium® (GAS 2011) –Commercialization and Industrialization of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Global Development and China’s Experience, hosted by China Business Update/China Automotive Review (CBU/CAR), was successfully held in Shanghai on April 20-21, 2011 at the Crowne Plaza Century Park Hotel in Shanghai, right before

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State of electric mobility development in China

TIANJIN - Over 120 industry executives and experts from a wide variety of backgrounds spanning the new energy vehicle value chain - including OEMs, suppliers, technology centers, infrastructure providers, associations, the government and academia - convened at the 2010 New Energy Vehicle Technology & Investment Congress held on September 2-3

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Huang Xiangdong: EVs are not “new energy vehicles”

"Battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are not necessarily more fuel efficient than conventional gas-powered vehicles, and they give out even more emissions," said Huang Xiangdong, vice president of Guangzhou Automobile Group Corp., at GAS 2010 held in Beijing in April. His remarks instantly spawned great interest

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