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CAFC+NEV “dual credit” scheme finalized, but further details missing

Now that the final version of Parallel Administrative Measures for Passenger Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Consumption (CAFC) and New Energy Vehicle (NEV) Credits has been released, multinational and domestic carmakers can breathe a long sigh of relief. At least those that produce or import more than 30,000 combustion engine vehicles

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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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50:50 JV equity rule relaxation: matter of when and how, not if

The debate on whether the 50:50 equity share requirement for Sino-foreign vehicle joint ventures should be relaxed or not heated up again in industry and media circles over the last few weeks. At the Summer Davos Forum in Tianjin in late June, National Development and Reform Commissioner Xu Shaoshi indicated

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China to commercialize autonomous driving in 15 years (I)

At the 13th China Automotive Industry Forum jointly organized by China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) and China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on October 17 in Shanghai, OEM and supplier executives, industry officials and IT company heads discussed opportunities and challenges facing the industry

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Chinese brands must adopt advanced R&D strategy

In order to better compete with joint ventures and international carmakers, Chinese brands must incorporate advanced R&D systems and strategy, according to several executives from China’s independent automakers. “It is a very complex systematic project to develop an auto brand and we need a relatively complete auto research system,” said

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China to establish research institute for automobile battery

Automobile battery development forum and signing ceremony of establishing the research institute for automobile battery was held in Beijing on December 23, according to a report on auto.sina.com.cn. Organized by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), the event was attended by Miao Xu, minister of Industry and Information Technology, Wang

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