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CADA forum looks to solidify dealer confidence as growth spurt nears end

If having confidence is golden was the key message at the 2015 China Automobile Dealers Industry Convention, then maintaining and solidifying that confidence certainly was the core message at the 2016 event. Some 2,000 people from auto dealers and related service providers large and small attended the event organized by

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AutoLab forum talks manufacturing, using and financing the vehicle

The Third AutoLab Auto Industry Annual Forum organized by AutoLab, a communications and service platform focused on new energy vehicles, telematics, aftermarket, e-commerce and entrepreneurship and investment, was held on December 2 in Shanghai. With a theme of “Uniting Forces and Confronting Transformation,” the forum discussed new manufacturing movement, smart

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CADA forum looks to solidify dealer confidence as growth spurt nears end

If having confidence is golden was the key message at last year’s China Automobile Dealers Industry Convention, then maintaining and solidifying that confidence certainly is the core message this year. Some 2,000 people from automobile dealers and related service providers large and small are in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province this week

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Confidence is golde

The 2015 China Automobile Dealers Industry Annual Meeting, organized by China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA), was held on November 5-7 in Xiamen, Fujian Province. More than 2,000 executives and officials representing government institutions, associations, OEMs, new and used car dealers, service providers as well as members of the media

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Multinationals pessimistic about the China market

“Overcapacity and insufficient demand will be a long-term phenomenon in China,” Shen Jinjun, director of China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA), was quoted as saying in a signed article published by Jingji Guancha Bao or Economic Observer. Given the current situation, multinational OEMs in China are forced to lower their 2015

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Technology revolution will disrupt manufacturers but not the industry

The 2015 7th China Auto Blue Book Forum, organized by Automotive Business Review (Qiche Shangye Pinglun), was held on May 9 in Beijing. With a theme of Reboot, China’s Auto industry From Four Angles, the Forum discussed and debated how smarter vehicles, electrification, e-commerce and sharing will transform and opportunities

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Government vehicle reform to impact China’s automobile market

China’s State Council released concrete guidelines on July 16 to terminate official cars, an effective endeavor in cutting huge expenditures on automobiles for government officials. As an important part of China’s campaign of combating corruption and deepening reform, the termination of official cars is expected to have great implications for

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