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China’s NEV road map and building a strong auto industry

Rao Da, China’s life-long auto analyst and founder of China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), passed away on January 4. In an obituary published on www.autoju.com, editor Feng Shiming fondly remembers how he and his colleagues had enjoyed over the past five years Rao’s insightful and candid analyses of China’s auto

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Double-digit growth expected in 2014, but uncertainties remai

The 2013 China Automotive Dealer Industry Annual Conference, with a theme of “Reform, Innovation, Transition and Upgrade,” was held by China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) on November 8-11 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. More than 1,500 government and industry association officials, automotive executives and media came together to discuss topics including

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Globalized China and China’s globalization

Working together with the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), CBU organized our 18th annual international conference in Shanghai right before the opening of this year’s largest trade event, Auto Shanghai 2013. The two-day seminar featured six discussion panels on China’s policy and regulatory environment; China’s automotive landscape; technology, market size

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China’s dealers pessimistic about 2013

SUZHOU – The vast majority of Chinese dealers believe that growth of China’s automobile sales would be in the single digit range in 2013, according to a poll conducted by the China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) at its annual conference held here on November 28-30. About 83 percent of the

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