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2015: worst ever since 2009; 2016: quality rather than quantity

China’s heavy-duty truck sales totaled 46,000 units in December 2015, down 18 percent on a yearly basis, with sales down 27 percent for the year to 546,800 units, nearly 200,000 units less than 2014. <Sales of top 10 heavy-duty truck manufacturers in December 2015 (in units)> Top seller DFCV sold

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Roundup of China’s heavy-duty truck and bus market in 2014

China sold 742,600 heavy-duty trucks in 2014, down 4 percent on a yearly basis, according to recent data released by heavy-duty truck manufacturers as reported by cvworld.cn. Market structure changed compared with 2013. Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd. (DFCV) remained as the market leader by selling 156,000 heavy-duty trucks in

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Roundup of China’s commercial vehicle market in the first half

China produced and sold 311,570 and 350,631 commercial vehicles in June, up 14.36 and 19.53 percent year-on-year. Output and sales of commercial vehicles in the first six months were 2,087,181 and 2,117,142 units respectively, an increase of 8.15 and 6.68 percent on a yearly basis. The truck sector has rebounded

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Roundup of the 2011 Global Energy Efficiency And New Automotive Industry Conference

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has finalized the Energy-Saving and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2011-2020) (the Plan) and has submitted it to the State Council for final approval. The Plan, being anticipated to be released in the second half of this year, will clarify the

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