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Webasto’s new Guangzhou plant to produce up to 1.6 million sunroofs annually

GUANGZHOU – Webasto opened its new, larger plant in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province on March 28 with an annual output capacity of up to 1.6 million sunroofs. A global top 100 supplier, Webasto has been present in Guangzhou since 2006 with sunroofs production. The previous site was leased. With the move into

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Pony.ai launches autonomous vehicle fleet in China, announces strategic partnership with GAC Group

GUANGZHOU – Pony.ai, a California-based self-driving car startup founded in late 2016 in Silicon Valley with operations in Beijing and Guangzhou, launched its autonomous ride-sharing fleet in Nansha, Guangzhou, becoming the first company to offer self-driving car rides on city roads to the general public in China. The company also

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New local policies on car hailing service to impact the industry

Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, the four key tier-1 cities, released their draft regulations on online car hailing service on October 8. Another shoe finally fell on the ground, some say, the first being the policy released by several ministries on July 28 to legalize the industry. In the guidance

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Magneti Marelli inaugurates new suspension plant in Guangzhou

GUANGZHOU – Magneti Marelli recently inaugurated a new plant in Guangzhou for the production of suspension systems and pedals systems, according to a corporate news release on May 31. The plant is located near the Planvim Industrial Park, Nansha District in Guangzhou, and will integrate with the suspension systems area

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Guangdong investigates Shenzhe’s car purchase limits

Guangdong Province has launched investigations on a controversial policy in Shenzhen to restrict new car purchase, according to CCTV News. The move is in response to a citizen’s submission, questioning the legitimacy of the policy. The Shenzhen municipal government abruptly announced on December 29 that it would restrict car purchases

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