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  Germany's Hubject raises funds to advance e-mobility in China, U.S.
Reuters | 2017/10/16

Germany's Hubject, which is developing a standard method to pay at EV charging stations, secured fresh funds from shareholders to expand into China and the United States. The company said it is looking for a partner in China to help build, improve and access infrastructure for electric vehicles.
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  BlackBerry strikes deal with Yanfeng Visteon
Automotive News China | 2017/10/10

Former smartphone giant BlackBerry is increasing its footprint in the auto industry under a deal with China's Yanfeng Visteon.  The global Tier 1 parts supplier has selected BlackBerry¡¯s QNX software platform for a digital instrument cluster project with an unnamed major Chinese automaker, BlackBerry said. 
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  Autoliv to supply radar for Geely's self-driving cars
Automotive News China | 2017/10/6

Autoliv Inc. has been awarded a contract to supply radars to Zhejiang Geely Holding Group for the Chinese automaker¡¯s self-driving vehicles.  Geely vehicles will use radar and cameras -- also to be supplied by Autoliv -- to detect obstacles in the road.
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  Nvidia invests in Chinese self-driving vehicle startup
Automotive News China | 2017/10/6

U.S. chipmaker Nvidia Corp. joined an investment consortium that raised $52 million for JingChi, a Chinese startup that plans to deploy a test fleet of self-driving vehicles this year. The investment will allow JingChi to expand r&d efforts. 

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  Chinese group drops bid to buy stake in mapmaker Here
Reuters | 2017/9/29

A Chinese-led group has withdrawn its offer to buy a stake in Amsterdam-based mapmaker Here International BV after it failed to win approval from a U.S. national security oversight board.  Chinese mapping company Navinfo said Tuesday it has dropped plans with two partners -- Internet giant Tencent and Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC -- to take a 10 percent stake in Here.
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  Big steel makers prosper despite tougher smog limits
Reuters | 2017/9/29

China's biggest steel makers have rarely had it so good. After decades of badgering by Beijing to consolidate and get cleaner, the country¡¯s top state-owned producers are passing emissions tests that their smaller, private counterparts are largely failing. 
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  Magna opens center to design rear-facing video cameras
Automotive News China | 2017/9/22

Magna International Inc. opened an engineering center in Shanghai to design cameras that provide motorists with an unobstructed street view behind the vehicle.  The technical center will employ up to 100 engineers, the company said.  
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  Webasto to build sunroof plant in Wuhan
Automotive News China | 2017/9/22

German supplier Webasto began construction of a 300 million yuan ($46 million) factory in the central China city of Wuhan to expand panoramic sunroof output for automakers in China.  The plant, with a floor area of 67,000 square meters (721,182 square feet), will start production late next year. 
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  Tire maker Qingdao Doublestar ends bid to buy Korea's Kumho Tire
Automotive News China | 2017/9/19

Chinese tire maker Qingdao Doublestar Co. has abandoned an attempt to acquire a major stake in its South Korean peer, Kumho Tire Co.  Qingdao Doublestar's investment company has terminated a nonbinding agreement to buy shares in Kumho Tire, the Chinese company said this week in a statement. 
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  Luxshare goes global in dashboard electronics with ZF deal
Automotive News | 2017/9/8

Luxshare, a major player in the Chinese computer, communications and medical sectors, just went global in the auto industry.  In a deal announced last week, Luxshare acquired ZF Friedrichshafen AG's body control systems unit, an auto component business that gives Luxshare a network of automotive factories and customers around the world.
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TOP 10 HEADLINES
OF THE LAST WEEK
Pressed to meet EV mandate, automakers bet on electric vans

Light-vehicle sales rise in September on crossover, SUV demand

Volvo CEO: China should seek automakers' input on EV rules

GM sales rise behind Cadillac, Baojun volumes

BMW in talks to build Minis in China with Great Wall

Audi deliveries climb on higher Q7, A5 volumes

Geely sales on pace to top 1 million with Sept. surge

Great Wall, Chery target European consumers

FCA downplays talk of consolidation with Great Wall

VW brand sales rise in Sept. as SUVs, crossovers thrive

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