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BMW Brilliance’s new high-voltage battery plant to supply batteries for upcoming iX3

SHENYANG, Liaoning – BMW Brilliance Automotive (BBA) broke ground on May 28 for Phase II expansion of its high-voltage battery center, just seven months after Phase I opened. At the “High-Voltage Battery Center Phase II,” BBA will produce the new, more powerful batteries of the fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology for

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Never say never: BMW and Great Wall to form JV in China to produce MINI electric vehicles

BEIJING – BMW Group and Great Wall Motor Co., Ltd. signed a letter of intent on February 23 in Beijing to form a joint venture in China to exclusively produce MINI electric vehicles, the companies said in separate statements. The next steps, according to BMW Group, will be to agree on

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Three brands, three segments: Renault Brilliance JV eyes annual sales of 150,000 LCVs by 2022

SHENYANG, Liaoning – Brilliance Jinbei is now Renault-Brilliance-Jinbei, after the French automaker signed a formal contract on December 15 with Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. for the formation of a new joint venture to produce and sell light commercial vehicles (LCV) under the Jinbei, Renault and Huasong brands. The new

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Auto Guangzhou 2017 recap: SUVs continue to sizzle

Auto Guangzhou 2017, or the 15th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition, was held on November 17-26.  The show featured 220,000 square meters of display space and 1,081 vehicles including 47 global debuts, 25 concept vehicles and 132 new energy vehicles. More than 670,000 people visited the show. Following are

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Brilliance signs £¤18 billion strategic cooperation agreement with SPD Bank

SHANGHAI – Brilliance China Automotive Group, China’s 9th largest automaker by sales volume, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Shanghai Pudong Development Bank (SPD Bank) here on August 22 where SPD Bank will provide Brilliance ¥18 billion worth of financing. Through the strategic cooperation, SPD Bank will support Brilliance

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China automobile sales down 2.24 percent in April

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in April decreased 2.24 percent from the same period of the previous year to 2.08 million units, according to data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on May 11. Passenger vehicle sales reached 1,722,200 units, down 3.68 percent, while commercial vehicle sales reached

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