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Despite unprecedented efforts by the government to promote green vehicles, growth in this market has failed to meet expectations.
Leaders from the auto industry suggest ways for the government to strengthen the industry,during the CPC, CPPCC sessions.
It's really a tough job for automakers doing marketing and sales in China. They have tried a range of gimmicks in recent years. But there should be a moral bottom line.
Stricter emissions regulations in Beijing to ease severe air pollution will add pressure to struggling domestic automakers.
China will continue to promote electric vehicles, as electric and hybrid vehicles sold in 2012 contributed to only 0.7 percent of the nation's total car sales.
More than half of newly registered cars last year in France are low-end small cars, and its sales in January 2013 accounted for 53 percent of the month’s total.
The fatal traffic accidents in the past few days should sound an alarm about the country's lax traffic safety system and call for more actions to guarantee nationwide road safety for the upcoming travel peak in the country's countdown to the Lunar New Year.
As Beijing prepares to raise its car emission standards, neighboring areas have been using poorer quality fuel that threatens to undermine the anti-pollution efforts, experts said.
A recent report from China Galaxy Securities shows that Chinese carmakers on average used only 58 percent of their production capacity last year, while Sino-foreign joint ventures operated at 90 percent.
A de-inventory process at showrooms in the third quarter provided manufacturers more room for upping their sales figures as the year's end approaches.
China Daily motoring writer Han Tianyang takes a look back at what moved the market and made the news over the past 12 months.
With the invention of automobile 126 years ago came the inevitable birth of auto service. As the inventor of automobile, Mercedes-Benz also played a major role in the history of auto service.
After several unsuccessful attempts, Chinese automakers are no longer hedging their future on electric cars, but instead looking at it as a realistic option to achieve green goals.
Recent remarks made by two senior government officials have once again stoked debate on the future of joint venture self-owned auto brands in China.
Joint venture self-owned brands are fast becoming the most discussed subject within the auto industry in China.