Chery's first Venezuela factory starts operation
The first Chinese cars to be manufactured in Venezuela rolled off the factory line on Wednesday.
For today's SUV buyers, small is good
In the past four years, SUVs have become the most popular type of car in China's booming automobile market and have the fastest sales growth.
Volvo: Solid first year under Geely
Despite concerns that Volvo Car Corp's sales could tumble after its purchase by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co last August, the Swedish brand has registered solid growth.
BYD in need of recharge, analysts say
Chinese car and battery manufacturer BYD Co is reporting an 89 percent fall in first-half net income due to sluggish sales.
Foreign car makers plan takeover
Foreign car producers have begun to take more control of their joint ventures in China, sidelining their Chinese counterparts from business partners to factory providers.
Nepali market for Chinese cars growing slowly
Although Chinese cars are being introduced in the Nepali market in a big way, they are still struggling to make their presence in Nepal.
Auto sentiment index declines in Q2
The recent sentiment index on auto market shows that the industry is at a low ebb as a result of declining sales, shrinking output, and high taxes.
Chinese auto market hits the skids
The domestic sales figures might be different, but the short-term outlook for the Chinese auto market is still the same: gloomy.
Stalled Chery looks for some cheer
Domestic car brands have suffered a downturn and are eager for new momentum
Chery to open Kenyan plant
Chery Automobile Co Ltd is to become the second Chinese vehicle maker to build an assembly plant in Kenya.
China's July car sales edge up
China's car sales and output edged up in July from one year earlier despite the weak selling season, signaling a mild rebound may come in the second half of the year.
Car rentals hit top gear as road to growth beckons
By 2015, China's car rental market is expected to hit 400,000 vehicles and produce $2.8 billion in annual revenue, according to the China Taxicab and Livery Association. Consulting firm Roland Berger put that estimate at $5.9 billion.