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Japanese carmakers’ sales in China decline in the first two months of 2013


Japanese automakers posted falling sales in China in the first two months of the year, albeit by a slower pace than before. This suggests the impact of a territorial dispute between Japan and China is fading away. Nissan announced on Monday its China sales fell 14 percent to 174,000 vehicles in the January-February perioda, while Honda reported a 4 percent decline ...
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Renault recalls over 60,000 Koleos SUVs in China for faulty fuel sensors
Renault has recalled over 60,000 of its Koleos SUVs sold in China over a defective fuel sensor. According to China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine the recall affects ...
Report: China car market to grow 10 percent in 2013
China car sales mai increase by up to 10 percent in 2013, despite fears of new government policies to limit car ownership, according to a report from the South China ...
GM, VW may benefit from China’s plan to impose stricter emissions standards
China is considering tighter vehicle curbs and emissions standards following toxic smog that has been affecting Beijing and much of the rest of the country for weeks now. The government's new ...
Porsche hopes Macan SUV will emulate Cayenne’s success in China
Porsche said it expects the Macan compact SUV to have a significant volume impact when it goes on sale in China in the second half of next year. Currently, Porsche's best-selling ...
Ford China posts 21 percent sales increase in 2012
Ford China set an annual sales record in 2012, selling 626,616 vehicles, up 21 percent from 519,390 units in 2011. For the fourth month in a row, Ford also set a ...
Report: Daimler said to target a stake in BAIC’s auto unit
Daimler is targeting a stake in the passenger car unit of its Chinese partner BAIC Group as it tries to boost its position in the world's largest car market. According to ...
China auto sales may exceed 20 million in 2013, CAAM forecasts
Auto sales in China may exceed 20 million for the first time this year, boosted by a recovery in economic growth and urbanization. Deliveries of cars and buses may rise 7 ...
CAAM: China should develop its brands to become an “automotive superpower”
China should try to become an “automotive superpower” in order to maintain its economic growth, said the head of the country's carmakers group, the CAAM. This goal could be met by ...
Johnson Controls plans 10 new seating plants in China
Johnson Controls has announced plans to build 10 more auto seating plants in China within five years as part of the company's strategy to continue its growth in the world's ...

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