Classification: NEWS ANALYSIS
Did GM downplay debut of SUV to avoid Trump's wrath? [2016-10-31]

DETROIT -- If you're wondering why you haven't read a review of the Buick Envision SUV yet, blame Donald Trump.

Will Qoros gain some momentum after price cut? [2016-03-14]

Under sales pressure, Qoros announced a maximum ¥26,000 ($3,976) price cut on its Qoros 3 model on February 22.

Volkswagen bankrupt? Not unlikely [2016-03-07]

In the ranking of global sales in 2015, Volkswagen came in second, the same as in 2014. Volkswagen senior executives think the outcome was satisfactory, given the slowed growth of the world’

JV brands benefit from policy incentive [2016-01-18]

China’s policy of reducing sales tax for small-displacement vehicles is benefiting joint venture brands, according to a signed article published in Qingnian Cankao Bao or Elite Reference quoting statistics released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).

Multinationals demand more shares in JVs [2016-01-08]

Suzuki Motor will increase its equity share in its joint venture with Chang’an Auto Group to 50 from 49 percent, or the policy upper limit, according to local media reports.

This could be the most expensive part of Volkswagen's massive scandal [2015-10-13]

  John Rosevear VW sold very few of its cheating diesels in China. But on Monday, the Chinese government announced an investigation of VW -- and that could have very expensive consequences Volkswagen's admission that it cheated on emissions tests for years has governments around the world outraged -- and VW scrambling to figure out how to fix the 11 million affected cars.

A peak into the Wuling and PATAC divorce [2015-08-27]

The Baojun 560, the brand’s first SUV, is finally on sale. After the Baojun 630’s failure and 730’

'Made by China' is what Chinese consumers want now [2015-08-13]

By Business InsiderAkio Toyoda has China on his mind. On Tuesday, the day he announced record earnings, the Toyota Motors president warned of a sharp slowdown in the world's biggest market, echoing concerns already aired by BMW.

Multinationals pessimistic about the China market [2015-08-12]

“Overcapacity and insufficient demand will be a long-term phenomenon in China,” Shen Jinjun, director of China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA), was quoted as saying in a signed article published by Jingji Guancha Bao or Economic Observer.

FAW-VW flagging sales trigger furloughs and pay cuts [2015-07-08]

The worst fears of FAW-Volkswagen employees have become reality: pay cuts and being forced to take the “