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Nissan will ship the U.S.-built Titan pickup to China as the company and its Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance explore more commercial opportunities around the world.
VW plans to spend nearly $12 billion by 2025 to develop and manufacture all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles as it seeks to comply with stringent new rules in China.
Ford is going all-in on electric cars in China, the world's largest market for battery-powered vehicles, and it wants President Donald Trump to know about it.
Tencent Holdings has developed its own autonomous driving system, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Chinese-owned SF Motors has completed its acquisition of AM General's commercial assembly plant in Mishawaka, Ind.
GM launched exports of China-built Chevrolet cars to North America, with an initial shipment of 2,900 Chevrolet Sail subcompacts to Mexico and the Caribbean.
Hyundai's quarterly profit fell 20 percent, hurt by South Korea's dispute with China and losses at affiliate Kia.
German carmakers being investigated over possible collusion did not engage in price fixing or an illegal cartel, Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller said.
Still in launch mode for the Titan pickup in the U.S. market, Nissan is contemplating selling the full-size truck to various global markets.
Suppliers' shares jumped after the Wall Street Journal reported that Tesla reached an agreement with Shanghai's government to build a plant in the city's free-trade zone.
Tesla said it is talking with the Shanghai municipal government to set up a factory in the region and expects to agree on a plan by the end of the year.
Great Wall confirmed it is in talks to cooperate with BMW over Mini brand cars.
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