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Daimler plans to invest 1.1 billion yuan ($158.23 million) in a second r&d center in Beijing to help accelerate localization of Mercedes vehicles in China.
China's Zotye Automobile International has begun recruiting U.S. dealers and has charged two import-industry veterans with the task of bringing a budget crossover to America in 2020.
Car sales in China declined for a fifth consecutive month, bringing the world’s largest market closer to its first annual drop in at least two decades and piling pressure on automakers.
Hyundai ran into problems in China and the U.S. for similar reasons: It missed shifts in consumer tastes, especially the surge in demand for SUVs, and it sought higher prices than it could command.
BMW is considering building more crossovers in China as tariffs between the United States and China are expected to dent the German automaker's 2018 earnings by 300 million euros ($344 million).
Chinese technology company Tencent is recruiting self-driving car engineers in Palo Alto, Calif., joining a crowded field of corporations vying for talent in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Here are the known Chinese auto investments in the United States, as compiled by ZoZo Go LLC.
Now that the Chinese are here in force, it's important to understand what that means.
Chinese newcomers have big ideas for the future of the U.S. automotive market.
She's little known in the U.S., but Ailian Chen, chairwoman of Wanfeng Auto Holding Group, is a high-profile communist achiever at home.
The game of Go captures the spirit of China's global rise: slow, unassuming and patient.
To bring Sanhua to the American auto market, Tiger Lu sought help from two seasoned U.S. veterans.
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