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Electrification race heats up as new industry policy arrives

Bye bye Automotive Industry Development Policy (AIDP). Hello Administrative Regulations on Automotive Industry Investment (ARAII)! The AIDP that has been the overarching document governing development principles of China’s auto industry over the last 14 years will soon be replaced by ARAII (see New regulations on auto investment to tighten industry supervision, replace

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Jump in! The auto industry is “open” for business

China’s auto industry is expected to open wider to foreign investment with lesser restrictions after a series of comments made by the country’s top officials including Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the ongoing annual “Two Sessions.” Li, in his government work report delivered on March 5 at the opening meeting of

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Changjiang EV gets MIIT production approval

BEIJING – Hangzhou Changjiang Passenger Vehicle Co., Ltd. (Changjiang EV) appeared on the List of Newly Added Vehicle Manufacturers released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on December 4, marking the official production approval for its battery electric vehicle project, which will officially go into operation in

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2017 CADA Annual Convention: China exhibiting characteristics of a mature auto market

SUZHOU, Jiangsu – China’s auto market is exhibiting characteristics of a mature automobile market, according to Shen Jinjun, president of China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA). Shen made the comments in his opening speech at the 2017 China Automobile Dealers Industry Development Forum here on November 14, part of the 2017

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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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Behind the trillion RMB investment and 20 million capacity in NEVs

– by Liu Xiaolin, Gao Feichang, Jiang Jingyi, Wan Xuefei, Hu Wenwen, Li Yueting and Wang Xiaoyan Wuhan is unhappy that Chengdu had a higher GDP in 2016 and Dongfeng-Peugeot-Citroën Automobile Co., Ltd. chose to invest in another plant in the capital of Sichuan Province. It implies a crucial role

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