Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with German auto parts supplier, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.
The Viaggio, the first model from China-Italian joint venture GAC Fiat, has rolled off the production line at its Changsha plant in central China's Hunan province.
Initially focusing on young children in the provinces of Sichuan and Guizhou, the program will provide a comprehensive package of services and support for children under 3 years old.
Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Corp's Chinese joint venture said it will spend 5 billion yuan to build a new auto assembly plant in Northeast China.
"The business world needs expertise, knowledge and new ideas from top minds, especially in turbulent times."
Otto Fuchs Technology (Shenyang) Co Ltd, also known as OFTS, became operational on June 12 in the capital of Liaoning province.
As foreign brands invade China's entry-level, low-priced car market, domestic automakers are moving in the other direction to build more expensive vehicles and improve brand image.
As the first premium brand to attend the ongoing Xi'an International Automotive Industry Exhibition, Mercedes-Benz has helped to enhance the prestige of the national-level auto show.
Nissan Motor, the biggest Japanese automaker in China, is to build a 5 billion yuan ($785 million) plant in the Northeast China.
Sino-German car manufacturer FAW-Volkswagen on Friday kicked off construction on a vehicle test track in northeast China's Jilin province.
Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co held a contract signing ceremony and laid the foundation stone for a plant in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region on May 28 as part of its plans to tap China's vast western market.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor will recall some of its Urban E25 passenger vehicles in China due to problems with the front-wheel hub bearings.
- Infographic: Decoding China's investment in Africa
- April inflation hits 18-month low
- China has world's 3 largest companies
- Export uptick a 'warming' trend
- China mulls train to US: report
- Property developers face uphill battle
- Foreign trade down 0.5% in Jan-April
- Alibaba to help Amazon's rival expand into Chinese market