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Ford’s all new focus: getting fit and healthy as China 2025 Plan takes off

CHONGQING – Peter Fleet, Ford’s group vice president and president of Asia Pacific, admitted that sales of the U.S. automaker in China will continue to be down for the remainder of this year as it focuses on efforts to streamline its sales network and begins a new round of product

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Ford Smart Mobility and Zotye to form new JV to provide ride-hailing solutions

SHANGHAI – Ford Smart Mobility LLC and Zotye Auto signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on May 2 to establish a new 50:50 joint venture with a registered capital of $20 million to provide smart, customized all-electric vehicle solutions to fleet operators and drivers in China’s fast-growing ride-hailing market. In

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The Trump card: Equity relaxation is “Presidential” gift for the U.S. and rest of the world

Chinese and U.S. companies signed deals worth an eye-popping more than $253.5 billion during U.S. President Donald Trump’s “state visit-plus” to China in November. The figure, which set a record for China-U.S. trade relations, was revealed by the Ministry of Commerce on November 9 after Chinese President Xi Jinping and Trump

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Ford’s new £¤680 million NTC to speed up development of next gen vehicles for China

NANJING – Ford Motor Co. opened its ¥680 million Nanjing Test Center (NTC) and a new MakerSpace creative hub on November 24, reinforcing its commitment to product development and innovation in China. Part of Ford’s ¥1.3 billion investment to further innovation at its 2,000-employee Research and Engineering Center in Nanjing,

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The Trump card: Equity relaxation is “Presidential” gift for the U.S. and rest of the world

Chinese and U.S. companies signed deals worth an eye-popping more than $253.5 billion during U.S. President Donald Trump’s “state visit-plus” to China this week. The figure, which set a record for China-U.S. trade relations, was revealed by the Ministry of Commerce on November 9 after Chinese President Xi Jinping and

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