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Chery ponders India foray with Tata Motors

Chinese car makers are increasingly looking towards hiking their stakes in the high growth Indian automobile market, and are actively exploring their cooperation with Indian partners in their home base and drive in to the India market. The latest new entrant showing interest is Chery, which already has a partnership

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Market heats up with blockbuster models as September rolls around

It’s only early September but the market has already witnessed the launch of several blockbuster models in the run up to the so-called “Golden September Silver October” season when sales significantly pick up pace from the weak summer months. Within the last 10 days of August, three models made their

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Lu Yi appointed new president of Dongfeng-Infiniti

BEIJING – Lu Yi, former executive vice president of Jaguar Land Rover China, was appointed president of Dongfeng-Infiniti Motor Co., Ltd. and Infiniti China on April 8 effective immediately, according to a corporate announcement. Lu replaces Gaby Luise-Wuest, who served as president of Dongfeng-Infiniti in an interim capacity for about

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Bernd Pichler appointed executive VP of IMSS

SHANGHAI – Jaguar Land Rover China and Chery-Jaguar Land Rover announced on December 9 the appointment of Bernd Pichler as executive vice president of Integrated Marketing, Sales & Service (IMSS) effective immediately. Pichler has an economics degree at Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg and MBA at GSBA Zurich. He has extensive

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Study: Mercedes-Benz owners in China are wealthiest

Mercedes-Benz owners in China are probably successful and wealthy entrepreneurs while those who drive a Cadillac are likely white-collar workers, according to a brand study recently released. Those were among the attributes associated with owners of eight major luxury car brands in China, according to

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BMW dealers in China fined £¤1.6 million for monopoly

WUHAN, Hubei – China’s Hubei Provincial Price Bureau fined four BMW dealers in Wuhan a combined ¥1.62 million ($264,706) for deceptive pricing and setting unified prices for pre-delivery inspections (PDI), according to media reports. These dealers did not label the PDI price tag together with the car price in a

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