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Heavy-duty truck sales down 32 percent in H1 2015

China’s heavy-duty truck sales slipped 32 percent to 292,200 units in the first half of 2015 due to the weak economy and implementation of the State-IV emissions standards with Central China the hardest hit region. New government incentives should trigger sales in the second half of the year but sales

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Roundup of China’s heavy-duty truck and bus market in 2014

China sold 742,600 heavy-duty trucks in 2014, down 4 percent on a yearly basis, according to recent data released by heavy-duty truck manufacturers as reported by cvworld.cn. Market structure changed compared with 2013. Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd. (DFCV) remained as the market leader by selling 156,000 heavy-duty trucks in

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Sights and sounds of 2013 China Commercial Vehicles Show

The “2013 China Commercial Vehicles Show” was held in Wuhan International Exhibition Center during October 30 to November 2. It is the second term of this exhibition and the organizer built a platform for display and communication for multinational and Chinese domestic brands of commercial vehicles, auto parts, repair and

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JAC prioritizes commercial vehicles in strategic adjustment

Jianghuai Automobile Co., Ltd. (JAC) exhibited three Gallop heavy-duty trucks and 11 light commercial vehicles at the recent 2013 China Commercial Vehicles Show in Wuhan, and announced its intention to shift its business focus back to commercial vehicles. As China’s second-largest light truck maker, sixth largest heavy-duty truck maker and

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CV makers turn to PVs amid market slowdow

BEIJING – Along with the changing of China’s economic environment, commercial vehicle sector also witnesses a new round of integration and adjustment. More and more commercial vehicle makers are seeking opportunities in passenger vehicle market, reported Auto Weekly. At the beginning of 2013, Foton Motor announced to produce and sell

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“Red envelopes” from the government

– by Chen Zhijie China’s stock market was boosted by “Spring Festival red envelopes," in the form of cash subsidies from the government before the country closed down for the week-long Lunar New Year celebrations. For public-listed automakers in China that have been affected by declining demand, the sizeable red

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