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2017 GNEV8: Opening up, co-creation and sharing keys for the NEV industry

BEIJING – Opening up, co-creation and sharing will be keys for the entire industrial chain of China’s auto industry to withstand future risks and accelerate it forward, and only if the entire industrial chain resources are seamless, can maximum synergies be obtained with minimal marginal cost, according to Zheng Gang,

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Old vs. new: Who wins?

Who holds an edge? Traditional carmakers or “internet” carmakers that have emerged over recent years? Senior executives from sides debated the issue at a roundtable session at the 2017 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive Industry Development (IFCAID) on September 10:     Traditional carmakers:   Liu Jingliang, Vice President,

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Qiantu, Chery, Yudo, ZD and Hozon update their NEV production progress

SHANGHAI – Senior executives from five of the 13 new energy vehicle manufacturers that have received production licenses to produce NEVs in China updated their progress at a panel discussion at the 2017 China Auto Forum organized by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on May 15 in Shanghai. Wu

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Yudo NEV unveils ¦Ð3 and ¦Ð1 electric SUVs, targets launch by yearend

BEIJING – Yudo New Energy Vehicle Co., Ltd. unveiled the pre-production versions of its π3 and π1 small electric SUVs at an event in Beijing on February 27 announcing its brand positioning, upcoming product plans and sales and marketing strategy. The company, who is focused on making pure electric SUVs,

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Yudo wins China’s 10th EV production license

PUTIAN, Fujian – Yudo New Energy Vehicle Group Co., Ltd., a startup dedicated to the manufacturing of pure electric passenger vehicles, has received the production license from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). NDRC approved the company’s project to produce 65,000 units of pure electric passenger vehicles in Fujian on February 7. Yudo

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Smart EVs to drive Made-in-China 2025 (III)

With a theme of “Smart EV: How it Defines Made-In-China 2025,” CBU’s 21st annual international conference was held in Beijing on May 24-25 in association with CCPIT-Auto. The one-and-a-half-day event featured 18 speakers from Chinese and global OEMs, suppliers, new startups, industry think tanks and consultancies who shared their insights

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The next step for the auto industry: be patient and stay focused

The 2016 (8th) China Auto Blue Book Forum, organized by Automotive Business Review (Qiche Shangye Pinglun), was held on May 7 in Beijing with a theme of “The Next Step.” Industry executives, economists and consultants offered their views on the next steps for industry development. Following are highlights from the

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