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  GM's 2 joint ventures post sales declines for 4th straight month
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Sales at General Motors¡¯ two joint ventures in China, SAIC General Motors Corp. and SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile Co., declined for the fourth consecutive month in November.  Deliveries at SAIC-GM, GM¡¯s car joint venture with SAIC Motor Corp., fell 17 percent to 180,662 last month, according to SAIC.
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  VW brand skid hits 6 months
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Volkswagen brand sales in China fell for the sixth consecutive month in November, slipping 8 percent from a year earlier to 304,700.   The German brand blamed the extended sales decline on the trade war between China and United States. 
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  Geely sales growth pace slows despite new products
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Geely Automobile Holdings¡¯ sales growth has leveled off even with the introduction of new products, signaling the industry slowdown in China is continuing.   In November, the largest domestic Chinese passenger vehicle maker delivered 141,661 vehicles under the mass-market Geely brand and premium Lynk & CO marque, a 0.3 percent increase from a year earlier. 
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  SPECIAL VIDEO REPORT
Chinese dealers aim to learn from, invest in U.S. dealership groups
Automotive News TV | 2018/12/11

As new-vehicle sales cool in China, dealers are turning to their highly respected U.S. counterparts to learn how to create additional revenue streams in stores while preparing for potential investments in America.
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  Ford's Greater China sales chief to step down after brief stint
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Henry Li, Ford Motor Co.¡¯s vice president for marketing and sales in the Greater China region, is leaving the company for health and family reasons at the end of December, Ford China said. 
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  Great Wall to open Russian plant in March
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Great Wall Motor Co., China's largest light-truck maker, will start production at its $500 million (3.4 billion yuan) assembly plant in Russia in March.   It will initially build the Haval-badged F7 crossover and its sporty variant, the F7X.
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  Mazda launches CX-8 output at Chongqing plant
Automotive News China | 2018/12/11

Mazda Motor Corp., seeking to boost flagging sales, launched deliveries of the locally produced Mazda CX-8 -- the biggest crossover the Japanese brand has introduced in China.   The seven-passenger crossover, available in two- or four-wheel drive, is assembled at Mazda¡¯s joint venture with Changan Automobile Co. in Chongqing.
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  COMMENT
Chinese brands seek to crack Western Europe with EVs
Yang Jian | 2018/12/7

SHANGHAI -- No Chinese brand has succeeded in distributing vehicles in Western Europe, but that may soon change as several Chinese companies are preparing to crack the market with electric vehicles.   Great Wall Motor Co., for example, expects to launch electric-car sales in Western Europe in late 2020 or 2021.   Pictured: Yang Jian is managing editor of  Automotive News China.
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  Audi, Volvo sales edge higher as economy slows
Automotive News China | 2018/12/7

Audi's and Volvo's China deliveries rose slightly in November amid a slowing Chinese economy.   Audi's China sales climbed 2.8 percent year on year to 57,550 vehicles on demand for imports, while Volvo's China deliveries inched up 1.7 percent to 11,450 on the strength of two locally built models, the XC60 and S90. 
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Carmakers must report 2019 fuel economy, carbon credit estimates
Automotive News China | 2018/12/7

Many automakers selling passenger vehicles in China have until Dec. 20 to report their estimated 2019 fleetwide fuel economy and the number of carbon credits they expect their electrified vehicles to generate next year.   The requirement, posted on the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology¡¯s website, affects companies with annual production or imports in China totaling 30,000 or more vehicles. 

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TOP 10 HEADLINES
OF THE LAST WEEK
Chinese brands seek to crack Western Europe with EVs

Audi, Volvo sales edge higher as economy slows

Carmakers must report 2019 fuel economy, carbon credit estimates

BYD plans battery IPO amid electric-car boom

Daimler weighs a larger stake in BAIC joint venture, sources say

Tesla seeks bids for China Gigafactory construction

Nio on track to deliver 10,000 vehicles in 2018

Byton bullish about 2019 electric SUV production

U.S.-China trade conflict hurts German auto sector

White House adviser expects China's tariffs on U.S. autos to fall to zero

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