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Why FAW Jiefang outperforms (II)

FAW Jiefang is the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in China and an important subsidiary of FAW Group, the “cradle” of China’s auto industry. Hu Hanjie, president of FAW Jiefang and a lifer at FAW, recently shared his insights into the auto industry and philosophies of running the country’s leading heavy-duty

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Why FAW Jiefang outperforms (I)

FAW Jiefang is the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in China and an important subsidiary of FAW Group, the “cradle” of China’s auto industry. Hu Hanjie, president of FAW Jiefang and a lifer at FAW, recently shared his insights into the auto industry and philosophies of running the country’s leading heavy-duty

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Why FAW Jiefang outperforms

  FAW Jiefang is the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in China and an important subsidiary of FAW Group, the “cradle” of China’s auto industry. Hu Hanjie, president of FAW Jiefang and a lifer at FAW, recently shared his insights into the auto industry and philosophies of running the country’s leading

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Will heavy-duty truck sales exceed 900,000 units in 2017? Anything is possible

Based on the latest data from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), China’s heavy-duty truck sales in the first five months of the year reached 486,000 units with average monthly sales in March-May exceeding 100,000 units. It is estimated that June sales will be around 80,000 units, which will bring

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Highlights from heavy-duty truck manufacturers’ 2017 business conferences (I)

The year 2016 marked a significant rebound of the heavy-duty truck market thanks large in part to policies such as the implementation of the GB1589-2016 standards on sizes, weights and loads as well as Ministry of Transport’s clamp down on overloading and oversizing. As a result, heavy-duty truck sales jumped

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