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SD wins 12th EV production license from NDRC

SANMENXIA, Henan – Suda Electric Vehicle Technology Co., Ltd. (SD) received approval from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) on March 31 for its project to produce 100,000 electric vehicles. Almost three year after the project was submitted on October 28, 2014, according to some media reports, SD becomes

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JMC subsidiary gets China’s 7th EV production license

NANCHANG, Jiangxi – JMC subsidiary Jiangxi Jiangling Motors New Energy Vehicle Co., Ltd. (JMEV) was awarded the 7th EV production license by the state economic planner on December 23. It is also the third NEV subsidiary of a traditional auto OEM to get such a license, after BAIC BJEV and

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Mi’an Auto fifth company to get EV production license

BEIJING – China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country’s top economic planner, approved on November 15 an electric passenger vehicle program proposed by Jiangsu Min’an Automotive Co., Ltd., making the startup company the fifth to receive an EV production license this year. Min’an, a joint venture between

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Chery New Energy becomes fourth company to get EV production license

BEIJING – China’s top economic planner gave the greenlight on November 3 an annual 85,000-unit NEV program proposed by Chery New Energy Automobile Technology Co., Ltd. (Chery New Energy). The company is the fourth company this year to receive new energy vehicle production license after BAIC BJEV, Changjiang Auto and

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EV production licenses: a money tree?

Chery New Energy Automobile Technology Co., Ltd. (Chery New Energy) was formally granted with the fourth EV production license recently, after BAIC BJEV, Changjiang Auto and CH-Auto got theirs earlier this year. New draft regulation released this August on NEV enterprise and product entry has greatly raised threshold on the

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Lu Qun: Individualized consumption habits to drive smart manufacturing

The individualization of the automobile and consumption habits is going to force the entire manufacturing process to become smarter and more flexible, predicted Lu Qun, chairman of CH-Auto Technology Co., Ltd. and Qiantu Motor, a manufacturing subsidiary that is planning to build a super car at a new green field

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Interview with Lu Qun, chairman of Qiantu Motors

The following is a dialogue between Frank Zhao, dean of the Tsinghua Automotive Strategy Research Institute (TASRI) and Lu Qun, chairman of Qiantu Motor, a subsidiary of CH-Auto Technology Co., Ltd. headquartered in Beijing. The dialogue was featured on Phoenix Auto during the Beijing Auto Show in late April. Zhao

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FutureMove joins hands with Microsoft to usher in cloud era for smart vehicles

FutureMove joins hands with Microsoft to usher in cloud era for smart vehicles SHANGHAI – FutureMove Telematics Co., Ltd. announced on May 11 during CES Asia in Shanghai that it has established an exclusive partnership with Microsoft to promote Microsoft Cloud Solution for the automotive industry.   With Microsoft’s powerful

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