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Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia announces NTF Strategy, eyes 1 million unit sales in 2020

YANCHENG, Jiangsu – Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia Automobile Co., Ltd. announced its NTF Strategy here on August 28 when celebrating the 15th anniversary of its founding in 2002. The NTF Strategy includes New Technology Leader, Top Quality Brand and First Priority Partnership. Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia plans to sell one million vehicles by 2020 and moves

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Liu Hong appointed president of Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle Company

WUHAN, Hubei – Liu Hong, president of Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia, will replace Li Chunrong as president of Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle Company (DFPV), according to a report on cheshi.com. Li will be transferred to Dongfeng-Honda Engine Co., Ltd. as executive vice president of the company. Liu was born in 1964 and graduated from Chongqing University

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Auto e-commerce needs to balance online/offline interests

GUANGZHOU – Automotive e-commerce needs to balance the interests of online platforms and offline channels, according to several executives who spoke at Voices of the Future – Golden Age of Auto E-Commerce, a forum held by Sina Auto (auto.sina.com.cn) on November 18 discussing the current status and future prospects of

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Hyundai Motor sales up 8 percent in June in China

BEIJING – Hyundai Motor Group sales in June in China increased 8 percent from the same month of last year to 134,674 vehicles, according to data released by the Korean automaker. Sales of Beijing-Hyundai and Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia in the month reached 86,668 and 51,006 units. In passenger car sector, the automaker

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Zhu Fushou: mild growth in the next decade

Zhu Fushou, president of Dongfeng Motor Corp. (DFM), discussed future prospects of China’s auto market, the company’s cooperation with multinational automakers and its efforts in building independent brands during an interview with Cheng Yuan, a veteran automotive journalist. DFM is China’s 2nd largest state-owned automaker directly administered by the central

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China’s passenger vehicle sales up 12.7 percent in April

BEIJING – China’s passenger vehicle (PV, including car, MPV, SUV and microvan) sales in April 2014 rose 12.7 percent on a yearly basis to over 1.51 million units (see Table 1), according to latest data released by China Passenger Car Association (CPCA). Table 1: Sales of PVs in Apr. 2014

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China’s A0-class car sales in February down 13.19 percent

BEIJING – China’s locally produced A0-class car sales in February 2014 declined by 13.19 percent on a yearly basis to 103,748 units, accounting for 15.1 percent of the total car sales, according to CBU-Autostats. Combined sales of the top 10 A0-class car models reached 70,219 units and took up 67.6

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China’s A0-class car sales in January down 2.86 percent

China’s locally produced A0-class car sales in January 2014 declined by 2.86 percent on a yearly basis to 196,709 units, accounting for 15.99 percent of the total car sales, according to CBU-Autostats. Combined sales of the top 10 car models reached 135,197 units and took up 68.7 percent of the

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