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Pivoting to a new round of development: GAF discusses industry future in Chongqing (I)

CHONGQING – More than 900 people attended the 7th annual meeting of the Global Automotive Forum (GAF 2016) on June 6-7 here for the second consecutive year. GAF 2016, organized by CCPIT-Auto, discussed the theme of Pivoting to a New Round of Development – China Opportunities: The 13th Five-Year Plan

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Pivoting to a new round of development: auto industry converges in Chongqing for annual GAF

CHONGQING – It is early June and that means it’s time for the annual Global Automotive Forum, or GAF, one of the industry’s largest international automotive conferences. More than 900 people are expected to attend the 7th annual meeting of the GAF, which returns to Chongqing on June 6-7 for

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Chinese cars to arrive in the U.S. much faster than Hyundai

DETROIT – The question that has been asked time and again since 2006 during the annual North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is: When are the Chinese coming? The same question was raised by the audience during the 3rd annual U.S.-China Automotive Forum organized jointly by the Michigan Economic Development

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Chinese automakers, suppliers encouraged to go global

  By David E. Zoia WUHAN, China – International expansion is a consistent theme here at the Global Automotive Forum, where Chinese automakers and suppliers are being encouraged to venture into new markets but cautioned to do it the right way. "Going global is very important for Chinese automakers," Wang

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