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Hello America: the Chinese are coming, again

GAC Group made history in January by becoming the first Chinese automaker in the 110-year history of the North American International Auto Show to exhibit on the main show floor at the Cobo Center. It had good company surrounding it too: Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Volvo are all well-established global

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Hello America: the Chinese are coming, again

GAC Group made history this week by becoming the first Chinese automaker in the 110-year history of the North American International Auto Show to exhibit on the main show floor at the Cobo Center. It had good company surrounding it too: Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Volvo are all well-established global brands.

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GAC to exhibit Trumpchi sedan and concept at Detroit Auto Show

DETROIT – Guangzhou Automobile Group Corp. (GAC) will be exhibiting its Trumpchi sedan and an extended range electric vehicle concept at the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Zhang Fan, head of design at GAC, confirmed to CBU/CAR in a written response on December 19 of the company’s exhibition

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GAC to exhibit at 2013 Detroit Auto Show

DETROIT – Guangzhou Automobile Group Corp. (GAC), China’s sixth largest automaker by sales, will be exhibiting at the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), according to a statement on NAIAS’ official website on October 29. GAC becomes the fifth Chinese automaker to exhibit at the industry’s most anticipated event

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The lesson of Toyota for Chinese carmakers

As Toyota is recalling 8.5 million cars worldwide due to the dangerous issue of unintended acceleration, Chinese carmakers, consumers and the media are asking a simple question: what happened to a reputable carmaker that has just taken the No. 1 position in sales and to a global brand that is a

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