General Motors plans to further expand its dealership network in China in 2013, Bob Socia, president of GM China told the media at the end of 2012.
Former Porsche designer Hakan Saracoglu will lead domestic automaker Chery's future vehicle design team as a board member of the Chinese carmaker's design center in Shanghai.
Although the annual growth rate of China's automobile market has slowed, the country's automotive aftermarket is barreling ahead.
Dongfeng Motor Corp last week partnered with German transmission producer Getrag International GmbH to jointly develop and make transmissions.
Dongfeng Motor Corp, China's second-largest auto group by sales, recently signed an agreement for its first overseas acquisition, a 70 percent stake in Sweden's T Engineering AB.
The US vehicle parts supplier Delphi Automotive Plc announced on Thursday it will invest about $100 million in China.
Volkswagen China broke ground on a new gearbox plant in the western area of Tianjin's Economic-Technological Development Area on Friday.
Warrior, a domestic tire brand made at a new $504.80 million plant at the Anhui Industrial Park, has returned to the local market after a two-year absence.
US truck and engine manufacturer Navistar Inc founded a new engine joint venture with Jianghuai Automobile Co Ltd last week, which will initially make diesel engines for light-duty trucks.
Wanxiang Group Corp plans to invest up to $450 million in A123 Systems Inc, a US-based producer of lithium-ion batteries.
After increasing for six years in a row, customers' satisfaction with the after-sales service they receive from dealers in China dropped in 2012.
Action movie star Jackie Chan visited the headquarters of Danish high-end audio-equipment manufacturer Bang & Olufsen for the audio makers' new expansion strategy in China.
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