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March new energy bus sales nearly triples, Q1 sales nearly quadruples

China sold 4,498 new energy buses of 6-m and above in March, up 362.76 percent from February and 188.33 percent from the same month in 2017, according to the latest data from chinabus.info. Sales in the first quarter of 2018 rose 293.86 percent to 8,015 units. Compared with just 2,035 units

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January battery electric logistics vehicle output up 10X to 3,330 units, new policy could impede momentum

BEIJING – China produced 3,330 battery electric special-purpose vehicles, the majority of them being battery electric logistics vehicles, in January, up 964 percent from the same month a year ago, according to factory data obtained by cvworld.cn. This was the first time ever that battery electric special-purpose vehicle production topped 1,000

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China’s bus market in the first 11 months of 2017: 10-m public transport and 11-m coaches hot, 9-m buses not

China sold 149,639 buses of more than 6 meters in length in the first 11 months of 2017, according to data from chinabus.info. That is about 68,000 units off from the 217,499 units sold in all of 2016. At the current trajectory, sales for 2017 are likely to reach 180,000 units,

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Behind the trillion RMB investment and 20 million capacity in NEVs

– by Liu Xiaolin, Gao Feichang, Jiang Jingyi, Wan Xuefei, Hu Wenwen, Li Yueting and Wang Xiaoyan Wuhan is unhappy that Chengdu had a higher GDP in 2016 and Dongfeng-Peugeot-Citroën Automobile Co., Ltd. chose to invest in another plant in the capital of Sichuan Province. It implies a crucial role

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Foton, Ankai and Nanjing Golden Dragon to receive NEV subsidies in Beijing

BEIJING – Beiqi-Foton Motor Co. (Foton), Anhui Ankai Automobile Co., Ltd. (Ankai) and Nanjing Golden Dragon Bus Co., Ltd. (Nanjing Golden Dragon) would be granted financial subsidies for their battery electric buses, according to a notice by Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology on March 21. Beijing municipal

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NEV policy change to shake up industry value chai

According to recent data released by China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), new energy passenger vehicle sales in January reported an 87 percent month-on-month and 61 percent year-on-year decline. The market sold only 5,423 new energy PVs. Of the total 35 models available on the market, 15 models including the Emgrand

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