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China to step up autonomous driving efforts

Chinese internet search and tech giant Baidu detailed its Project Apollo at the Baidu Create 2017, or its first artificial intelligence (AI) developer conference held in Beijing on July 5 (see FEATURE on p. 1). Video clips displayed at the event showed its CEO Robin Li riding in an autonomous

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Car hailing market cools down despite sharing economy boom

The ride-hailing market seems to be cooling down. Starting from March 20, drivers who do not have Beijing’s local car license plates find that they cannot receive ride orders when running in Beijing’s downtown areas from Didi Chuxing, China’s leading ride-hailing platform. Didi suggests those drivers to continue to run

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SC-Cloud platform launched to provide data service tor truck industry

XI’AN, Shaanxi – The SC-Cloud system, jointly developed by a telematics subsidiary of Shaanxi Automobile Group Co., Ltd. (Shaanxi Auto) and Xi’an Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. (Xi’an Cummins) made its official launch recently, according to a report on find800.cn. Through data collection, data analysis and data application, the SC-Cloud system

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CAMC Hualing to cooperate with Bosch on State-VI-compliant products

SHANGHAI – CAMC Hualing Automobile Co., Ltd., China’s 9th largest heavy-duty truck maker, signed a cooperation agreement with Bosch Automotive Diesel Systems Co., Ltd. based in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province on November 3 to develop a series of new diesel engines, platforms and after-treatment products that will comply with the upcoming

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China EV 100 signs cooperation agreement with auto.qq.com

BEIJING – China EV 100, an innovative enterprise incubation platform, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with auto.qq.com (Tencent Auto) on October 23 to jointly develop NEV industry innovation platform. On the same day, the open platform of auto.qq.com was also launched. The two parties will collaborate on areas including portal

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Haoche51.com’s Jayden Zhao: China’s used car market like a half-baked cake

BEIJING – China’s used car market is like a half-baked cake that requires the right oven, and its future business model will be heavy-asset based rather than light-asset based, according to Jayden Zhao, CMO of haoche51.com, an online C2C+C2B2C used car transaction platform. Zhao made the comments at CBU/CAR’s Monthly

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