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Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (III)

Now it may be a little late for FAW and Audi to talk about establishing a JV sales company, but it’s better late than never. However, the SAIC-Audi cooperation has already begun. If it falls through just because FAW and Audi are going to establish a JV sales company, what

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Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (II)

Dealers are reportedly refusing to purchase imported cars to force Audi to accept the statement, which means Audi is definitely in a dilemma. What choice it finally makes will depend not only on the decision maker’s boldness and wisdom, but also on the attitude of SAIC and FAW. But the

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Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game? (I)

FAW-VW Audi dealers have recently founded a dealer association and issued a statement saying that after achieving the sales target of 1 million Audi cars by 2020, they will not object to Audi having a new partner in China (namely SAIC). They are also requiring that Audi “provide a reasonable

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Is the SAIC-Audi tie-up a win-win or a negative-sum game?

FAW-VW Audi dealers have recently founded a dealer association and issued a statement saying that after achieving the sales target of 1 million Audi cars by 2020, they will not object to Audi having a new partner in China (namely SAIC). They are also requiring that Audi “provide a reasonable

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Charging forward: China to build more EV charging facilities

In 2015, China sold 330,000 new energy vehicles. The record-making sales volume made China the world’s No. 1 EV market. However statistics from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) show, charging poles numbered merely 57,000 by the end of 2015. While the central government planned to have 40,000 charging poles

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