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Tencent and Chang’an set up JV to develop ICV open platform

CHONGQING – Tencent and Chang’an signed a cooperation agreement on April 12 to set up a joint venture to deepen cooperation in IOV overall solution, big data, cloud computing and other fields to promote the rapid development of intelligent connected vehicles. It’s expected to release more detailed information about this

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SAIC and NIO receive China’s first intelligent connected vehicle testing permits

SHANGHAI – SAIC Motor and smart EV startup NIO received China’s first ever intelligent connected vehicle (ICV) testing permits on open roads on March 1. They were awarded the permits after tests by third parties, evaluation of expert panel and the approval of Shanghai intelligent connected vehicle road test working group. At

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China’s first large-scale integrated ICV test base starts construction

CHONGQING – China’s first large-scale integrated intelligent connected vehicle (ICV) test base, wholly created by China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CAERI) and planned by National Motor Vehicle Quality Supervision and Inspection Center (Chongqing), officially started construction in Chongqing on January 18. This ICV test base is planned to

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MIIT AI development action plan sets key targets for autonomous driving and ICVs

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) issued the Three-Year Action Plan to Boost Development of the New-Generation Artificial Intelligence Industry (2018-2020) on December 14, which has set key targets for autonomous driving and intelligent connected vehicles (ICV). According to the Plan, ICVs are the primary target

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WAVE 2017: China to speed up development of ICVs

SHANGHAI – China will speed up development of intelligent connected vehicles (ICVs), according to Xin Guobin, vice minister of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). Xin made the comments in a speech at the 2017 World Autonomous Vehicle Ecosystem (WAVE) Conference held in Shanghai on November 6-7, pointing out

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2017 IFCAID: Auto industry to see major policy changes ahead

TIANJIN – China’s auto industry will be seeing major policy changes ahead, according to senior officials from the country’s various ministries and commissions who spoke at the 2017 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive Industry Development (IFCAID) held in Tianjin on September 8-10. Timetable being drafted to ban traditional fuel

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Pressure mounting for carmakers as market cools and tougher policies arrive

China’s auto sales in May were flat over the same previous month and through the first five months, sales were only up 3.71 percent, according to data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on June 12. Worth noting is passenger vehicle sales were down 2.64 percent in May

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