Right before the start of the 2018 Beijing Motor Show, the intelligent electric vehicle manufacturer, BYTON, and the Chinese automotive manufacturing company, FAW (First Automotive Works), signed a strategic cooperation investment framework agreement.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Guangzhou Automobile Group are in talks to deepen their tie-up in China, as the world’s largest car market looks to relax some regulations and Guangzhou prepares to sell its Trumpchi brand in the U.S.
China is introducing a 10 percent tax on cars such as Ferrari GTC4Lusso, Bentley Bentayga and Aston Martin DB9 in a bid to combat conspicuous consumption and promote more fuel-efficient vehicles.
Daimler apologized this week for an incident in China that local media said involved a senior executive of the luxury automaker making disparaging comments to people in a parking dispute.
Volvo Car Group will move production of its S90 flagship model to China from Sweden and export the sedan to global markets including Europe and the U.S. from its factory in Daqing, the automaker announced here today.
Thomas Owsianski has been the head of sales and marketing of the Skoda brand in the Chinese market, he will now take over the position of Vice President for Sales and Marketing at the VW brand in South America.
ŠKODA will be strengthening their presence on the Chinese automobile market in cooperation with its longstanding Chinese joint venture partner SAIC VOLKSWAGEN Automotive Company Limited.
Renault launched its new 870 million euro ($942 million) factory here, saying it still sees plenty of growth in the Chinese market where new-car demand is slowing after years of double-digit growth.
As part of his state visit to China, the Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka visited the ŠKODA production site in November 2015 at Shanghai Volkswagen’s (SVW) Anting site, located near Shanghai.
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen is putting into place its focus on its two core platforms for its volume models including a small-car architecture that it will jointly develop with Dongfeng Motor.
Daimler has extended the contract of Hubertus Troska, its China boss, by five years as the manufacturer pushes for sales growth in the country to boost its global industry ranking.
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