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Zero Growth: China PV end user sales up 0.29 percent in 2017

According to data from CBU Analytics, China’s registration volume of passenger cars, MPVs and SUVs in 2017 reached 24.17 million units, up just 0.29 percent year-on-year. Passenger vehicles with engine displacement of 1.6L and below decreased to take up just about two-thirds of the total PV registration volume. The preferential

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China’s premium car market in 2017: Sales top 2.57 million units, some dealers earn more than £¤100 million

Who was the winner? It depends In December 2017, 12 premium car brands sold 247,375 vehicles in China, up 23.4 percent year-on-year and 4 percent more than the previous month. Total sales for 2017 were 2,574,689 units, up 18.4 percent. In 2018, the premium car market is expected to continue

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PV end-user sales increase 3.73 percent to 1.80 million units in May 2017

According to data from CBU Analytics, China’s registration volume of passenger cars, MPVs and SUVs in May 2017 reached 1.80 million units, up 3.73 percent year-on-year. Passenger vehicles with engine displacement of 1.6L and below took up 65.13 percent of the total PV registration volume in May. In the first

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Q1 2017 PV end-user sales drop 10 percent, Geely continues hot streak

According to data from CBU Analytics, China’s registration volume of passenger cars, MPVs and SUVs in Q1 2017 reached 4.87 million units, down 10.48 percent year-on-year. Passenger vehicles with engine displacement of 1.6L and below took up 62.55 percent of the total PV registration volume in the quarter. In March,

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Porsche to prioritize customer and dealer satisfaction over volume growth in China

BEIJING – Quality, rather than volume, will be the primary focus of Porsche in China this year as the German sports car brand seeks to maintain momentum in what is now its largest global market two consecutive years running. That was the message from Franz Jung, president and CEO of

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Does Chery continue going through troubles?

The following is an interview with Yin Tongyue, chairman of Chery Automobile, last December by Wu Yingqiu, editor of Qiche Shangbao or Automobile Business. The pointed questions and candid answers offer some insight on where Chery is today after the company has gone through a major transformation of its corporate

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