China's president vows to cut auto import tariffsApril 9
President Xi Jinping, in a long-planned speech, promised to cut China's auto import tariffs and ease restrictions on foreign ownership in the country's auto industry amid an escalating trade dispute with Washington.
Alibaba-backed China car startup to raise $1.6 billion this yearApril 9
Trump calls U.S.-China auto tariffs 'stupid' and not balancedApril 9
Tariffs may end Chinese car imports before they really startApril 5
Daimler will discuss China cooperation with Geely's Li ShufuApril 5
BMW, Mercedes caught in U.S.-China trade tussleApril 5
China's threat to retaliate against United States tariffs by imposing an additional 25 percent fee on American car imports would have a bigger impact on Germany's Daimler and BMW than on Detroit, according to analysts.
U.S. expects talks with China as trade fight escalatesApril 4
The United States voiced willingness to negotiate a resolution to an escalating trade fight with China after Beijing retaliated against proposed U.S. tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods by targeting key American imports, including light vehicles, but the Chinese ambassador to Washington said it "takes two to tango."
Tesla exposed to greater risk as China retaliates with own tariffsApril 4
U.S. sets tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese importsApril 3
The Trump administration raised the stakes in a growing trade showdown with China by proposing 25 percent tariffs on some 1,300 industrial technology, transport and medical products to try to force changes in Beijing's intellectual property practices.
Startup aims to channel Chinese brands to U.S.April 2
Are trade relations with China worth rocking the boat?April 2
China draws up plans to promote EV standardizationMarch 27
China said it will work to improve levels of standardization in its electric vehicle industry -- a sector it is aggressively promoting to help combat smog and to position the country as a leading car-making giant in the future.