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Heavy-duty truck sales unlikely to hit 1 million units again

“China’s heavy-duty truck sales help to drive overall auto sales.” It is a statement that not many people in the industry would have expected to hear from the officials of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM). But that is exactly what happened on March 10 at CAAM’s monthly press conference

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Technology advancement to be key to China’s future heavy-duty trucks

Technology advancement will be crucial to China’s future heavy-duty trucks, according to several OEM and supplier executives. The commercial vehicle emissions and components technologies in China in a decade will not be able to reach the current levels of those in developed countries, said Wang Bin, president and CEO of

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Executives discuss issues and trends of China’s heavy-duty market in Hannover

China’s Commercial Vehicle Market in the Age of Globalization, the third annual heavy-duty international seminar organized jointly by China National Automotive Industry International Corp. (CNAICO) and CBU/CAR, was held on September 20 in Hannover, Germany during the biannual IAA Commercial Vehicles show. Industry analysts and executives from multinational and Chinese

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Roman Mathyssek: China’s Heavy-duty truck market has peaked; consolidation likely

BEIJING – China’s heavy-duty truck market will peak in 2010, at a level that will remain unsurpassed for a very long time, said Roman Mathyssek, head of global truck research/advisory at IHS Automotive, at CBU/CAR’s 2010 Heavy-Duty Seminar held on December 13 in Beijing. “Consolidation is likely within China and

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