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Haval, Geely and BYD top Chinese brands in Brand Finance’s 2018 Auto 100 rankings

LONDON – Haval, Geely and BYD took home the top three spots in the list of Chinese automobile brands as part of the Auto 100 2018, the annual report on the world’s most valuable automobile brands published by Brand Finance earlier this month. A total of 22 Chinese brands made

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Haval focusing on becoming top global SUV brand and selling 2 million vehicles by 2020

BAODING, Hebei – “Improving little by little everyday” has been the motto of Great Wall Motor Co., Ltd., which has led the Chinese SUV market in sales for 14 consecutive years. And little by little, Great Wall’s Haval has grown into a brand with annual sales of nearly 1 million

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Great Wall to launch high-end brand WEY named after company founder and chairman Wei Jianju

BAODING, Hebei – Great Wall Motor Co., Ltd. will officially launch a new high-end brand under the name of “WEY’ on November 16 in accordance with its development strategies, according to a statement issued by the Hong Kong-listed automaker on November 10. “Further information about the models and launching schedule

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Brose to double share of Chinese brand OEM business within 5 years

CHANGCHUN, Jilin – Brose is looking to double the share of Chinese brand OEM business in its overall China business from the current 5 percent of revenues to more than 10 percent within five years, according to Jenny Xiang, president of Brose China. Xiang made the comments along with Thomas

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Toyota Prado top selling imported SUV in 2015

According to registration data from CBU Analytics, Toyota Prado was the bestselling imported SUV in China in 2015, with end-user sales of 45,263 units. The domestically made version of the same model had about half as much the registration, with 20,277 units sold to end users. Among the top 10

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Chinese brands beat foreign brands in latest C-NCAP evaluatio

TIANJIN – Two Chinese brand models scored higher than several foreign brand models including BMW in the latest C-NCAP evaluation, according to results announced by China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC) on September 11. SAIC Motor’s MG GS 1.5TGI TST and Great Wall Motor’s Haval H8 2.0T scored 55.9

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Wei Jianjun: Great Wall to focus on SUVs, has never given up on sedans

Wei Jianjun, chairman and owner of Great Wall Motor, clarified his business strategy at the opening ceremony of the company’s 5th Science and Technology Festival at the Haval Xushui Industrial Park in early September. Wei made it clear that given the company’s current capacity and a slowed market in China,

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