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Xu Changming: policy-driven NEV market to face development bottleneck

BEIJING – China’s policy-driven new energy vehicle market has been growing at a high speed for four consecutive years, but it will soon face development bottleneck, according to Xu Changming, deputy director of the State Information Center (SIC). Xu made the prediction at the China EV100 Forum 2018 held in

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Xu Changming: Annual auto sales could grow another 50 percent to 42 million units

BEIJING – China’s auto market has the potential to grow another 50 percent from last year’s levels to 42 million units, predicted Xu Changming, deputy director of the State Information Center (SIC). Xu made the prediction at the 5th China-Korea Auto Industry Development Conference organized by  SIC’s Department of Information

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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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Chinese brand vehicles enjoy market share and price “dual growth”

TIANJIN – Chinese brand vehicles have enjoyed market share and price “dual growth” in recent years, according to Xu Changming, director of information resources at the State Information Center. Chinese brand vehicles have grown rapidly since 2015 and in the first seven months of this year, it accounted for 32.6

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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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Chen Dongsheng: China NEV production to reach 2 million units in 2020

At the 2015 Energy Saving and New Energy Vehicles Industry Development Planning Achievement Exhibition and Summit Forum held in Beijing on October 21-24, OEM and supplier executives, government officials and industry experts discussed NEV production and sales potential, battery technology development and policy incentives. Following are highlights of the event.

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Xu Changming: Heavy-duty truck market to rebound after structural adjustment

Heavy-duty truck demand will continue to fall next year if the economic growth continues to weaken, but sales will eventually rebound once the current economic structural adjustment is completed, predicted Xu Changming, director of information resources and senior economist at the State Information Center. “The weakening of the economic growth,

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Xu Changming: Mid- to high-growth in PV segment will sustain for the next decade

New growth opportunities in the era of e-commerce, connected vehicles and green mobility – Highlights of CBU’s 20th Annual International Conference CBU’s 20th annual international conference was held in Shanghai on April 21-22 in association with CCPIT-Auto. The theme of the conference was “China’s Automobile Market in the Age

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SIC Xu Changming to present at CBU/CCPIT-Auto 20th annual international conference

Xu Changming, Director of Information Resources, State Information Center (SIC) will discuss “Long-Term Forecast of China's PV Market during the Transitional Period” at CBU/CCPIT-Auto 20th annual international conference. The theme of the 20th annual international conference is China’s Automobile Market in the Age of E-Commerce, Connected Vehicles and Green Mobility.

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Xu Changming: China’s second period of growth

“In every country’s auto market there are two different periods of growth: first there is the rapid growth period, and then the steady growth period,” concluded Xu Changming, director of State Information Center’s information resources department.  “ China’s passenger vehicle market will maintain 10 percent annual growth,

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