China’s new energy vehicle market seems to be getting another shot in the arm from a slew of policies, plans and initiatives released within a span of two days. The biggest of which is “Made in China 2025”

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The news that the Foxconn Technology Group has partnered with Chinese internet giant Tencent and luxury car dealership China Harmony Auto to make smart electric vehicles has been inundated online.

SHANGHAI – Jaguar Land Rover is confident of its China prospects despite a market “new normal”

SHANGHAI – Brand, product, local production and dealer network have formed a “bundle”

BEIJING – The Ministry of Finance, State Administration of Taxation and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) jointly announced on May 18 to eliminate vehicle and vessel tax on new energy vehicles (NEVs).

BEIJING – China produced 9,060 new energy vehicles in April, up 1.5 folds from a year earlier, according to statistics released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on May 8.

SHANGHAI – Shanghai-GM announced a price cut for its Buick, Cadillac and Chevrolet brand vehicles on May 12, becoming the fifth joint venture which started vehicle price reduction in China after Shanghai-Volkswagen, FAW-Volkswagen, Chang’

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