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New Concepts and New Business Forms: 2017 IFCAID to be held on September 8-10

BEIJING – The 2017 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive Industry Development (IFCAID) will be held in Tianjin on September 8-10 with a theme of New Concepts and New Business Forms, according to Yu Kai, Party secretary of China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC). Yu made the announcement at

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China to produce 40 million vehicles in 2030, NEVs to account for half, says CATARC official

CHANGZHOU, Jiangsu – China will produce about 38-40 million vehicles in 2030 and about 40-50 percent of those will be new energy vehicles, according to Wu Zhixin, deputy director of Tianjin-based China Automotive Technology and Research Center  (CATARC). Wu made the predictions while speaking at the 5th International Forum on

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Chinese auto market still full of potential

The 2016 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive Industry Development, with a theme of “Reform the Supply Front and Reshape the New Drive,” was held in Tianjin on September 2-4. About 1,000 automotive executives, government and industry association officials, leaders of internet and high-tech companies and the media shared their

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SOAD 2016: executives bullish on autonomous driving, but issues remain to be tackled

XIAMEN, Fujian – Industry executives and officials who spoke at the 2016 Summit on Auto Data (SOAD 2016) held here on July 21 were bullish on China’s path toward autonomous driving and intelligent transportation but also emphasized that industry stakeholders must work together to move the industry forward and tackle

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Chinese brands beat foreign brands in latest C-NCAP evaluatio

TIANJIN – Two Chinese brand models scored higher than several foreign brand models including BMW in the latest C-NCAP evaluation, according to results announced by China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC) on September 11. SAIC Motor’s MG GS 1.5TGI TST and Great Wall Motor’s Haval H8 2.0T scored 55.9

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Huang Yonghe: Auto industry confronting four “new normals”

The auto industry is confronting four “new normals,”according to Huang Yonghe, chief engineer and director of policy research at the Tianjin-based China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC). The four “new normals” Huang referred to were vehicle registration and operation restrictions, anti-monopoly, parallel import and public disclosure of automotive repair

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