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Expected yet unexpected: JAC-Volkswagen tries to explore new JV model with MFV tie-up

Volkswagen Group’s signing of an MOU with JAC on November 27 to explore the possibility of setting up a joint venture for the development and sales of multi-functional vehicles (including but not limited to pickups, MPVs and electric commercial vehicles) less than half a year after the two had officially established

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Market slowdown an opportunity to address differentiated OEM needs

More than 80 executives, industry experts and analysts from OEMs, suppliers and industry consultancies attended CBU/CAR’s 2015 Annual International Heavy-Duty Conference – “Stricter Emissions Standards and Higher Customer Demand: Prospects of Heavy-Duty Manufacturers” held on November 3 in Beijing. Fourteen speakers provided their insights and analysis on future developments and

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Why Paccar is staying out of China ¨C For now

Unlike its major competitors, Bellevue-based truck builder Paccar has stayed away from joint ventures with Chinese truck builders. The company does have Chinese business, but not the direct joint venture operations required by the Chinese government for companies to produce products in the country. Caution doesn’t seem to be holding

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JAC-Navistar President Joe Werth confirmed as speaker at HD 2014 in Guangzhou

Press Release For Immediate Distribution 2014-07-25   JAC-Navistar President Joe Werth confirmed as speaker at HD 2014 in Guangzhou   BEIJING – Joe Werth, vice president of U.S. diesel engine and truck maker Navistar Inc. and president of JAC-Navistar Diesel Engine Co., Ltd., has confirmed his participation as a

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