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PlatON develops blockchain-based residual value platform for Mercedes-Benz's used vehicles in China [2019-08-29]

BEIJING – PlatON, the pioneering global privacy-preserving computing network, said in a statement on August 29 that it has developed a bespoke blockchain-based “

DiDi's Auto-Solutions platform enters strategic partnership with Ping An entities [2019-08-15]

BEIJING – Didi Chuxing, the world’s leading multi-modal transportation platform, announced on August 9 that its one-stop automobile solutions platform –

WeRide launches JV in Guangzhou to develop and deploy RoboTaxi service [2019-09-16]

GUANGZHOU – Chinese self-driving startup and the country’s leading L4 autonomous driving mobility company WeRide announced on August 7 the launch of a new joint venture company –

NIO gets top score in J.D. Power's first-ever NEV quality study despite recent fires [2019-08-05]

SHANGHAI – NIO, one of the leading Chinese smart EV startups, got top score in J.D. Power’

Toyota to invest $600 million in Didi Chuxing, form JV with GAC-Toyota [2019-07-26]

TOYOTA CITY, Japan – Toyota Motor Corp. (Toyota) announced on July 25 that it has concluded an agreement with Didi Chuxing (DiDi) to expand collaboration in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in China.

T3 Go goes live: Joint mobility platform from FAW, Dongfeng and Chang'an plans to deploy 1 million vehicles by 2025 [2019-07-23]

NANJING – T3 Go, the joint mobility platform formed by Chinese automakers FAW, Dongfeng, Chang’

MPS: China had 340 million vehicles including 3.44 million NEVs on roads by end of June 2019 [2019-07-05]

BEIJING – China’s Ministry of Public Security said in a statement on July 3 that the country’

DiDi Japan launches taxi-hailing service in Hokkaido [2019-06-24]

HOKKAIDO – DiDi Mobility Japan, Didi Chuxing’s joint venture with Japan’s SoftBank Corp.

Chinese online B2B auto parts trading platform Haoqipei secures $60 million Series D funding [2019-06-20]

SHANGHAI – Chinese online B2B auto parts trading platform Haoqipei (which literally means “

SAMR: Nearly 70 million vehicles recalled in China over past 15 years, costing automakers ¥53 billion [2019-06-13]

BEIJING – Automakers in China announced 1,768 recalls involving 69.25 million vehicles by the end of 2018 since the Administrative Regulations on the Recall of Defective Automobile Products went into effect in October 2004, China’

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