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Investing for the future and going high-end to survive

This issue continues the rest of Automotive Business Review (ABR)’s interview of FAW Jiefang president Hu Hanjie and features another story that puts two of its close competitors – CNHTC and Shaanxi Auto – in the spotlight. As Hu pointed out in his interview about competition, as China’s regulations become

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Products on show at Auto Shanghai 2017 reflects pros and cons of Chinese brand heavy-duty trucks (II)

Auto Shanghai 2017 had 18 heavy-duty trucks on display, and they reflected both pros and cons of Chinese heavy-duty trucks.   Poor interior build quality may lead to low sales Many Chinese heavy-duty truck makers that displayed trucks at the show had very good features and equipment, some even surpassing

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China’s heavy-duty truck market in 2016: key highlights (I)

China’s heavy-duty truck market will be remembered as a year of surprising growth, with sales expected to rise more than 30 percent to over 700,000 units. What were some of the key highlights? Commercial vehicle portal cvchome.com takes a look. – Editor Changing JV landscape Sino-foreign truck joint ventures

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VW and MAN executives visit CNHTC for cooperation expansio

JINAN, Shandong – Andreas Renschler, board member for Commercial Vehicles, Volkswagen Group, Joachim Drees, CEO of MAN Truck & Bus AG, and Anders Nielsen, business development director for Commercial Vehicles, VW Group, visited China National Heavy-Duty Truck Group Corp. (CNHTC) on May 29 for further cooperation, according to a news

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