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  Chinese suppliers invest in U.S. component makers
Bloomberg | 2017/2/17

Chinese companies started talking a decade ago about cracking the U.S. auto market with an array of low-cost passenger vehicles.  That hasn't happened, so instead they're getting under the hoods of American cars by buying up parts makers at a record pace.
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  Ningbo Jifeng Auto Parts to buy stake in German interior trim supplier
Reuters | 2017/2/17

FRANKFURT -- German automotive interiors maker Grammer said it plans to sell a 9.2 percent stake to China's Ningbo Jifeng Auto Parts Co. as the supplier looks to counter activist shareholders.  Grammer's management has sought to rebuff Bosnia's Hastor family, which owns a 20 percent stake in the company and has campaigned for seats on the supervisory board. 
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  A123 wins contract to supply batteries for SAIC-GM
Automotive News China | 2017/2/14

A123 Systems, a U.S. battery maker owned by Chinese supplier Wanxiang Group Co., won a 6.9 billion yuan ($1 billion) contract to produce batteries for SAIC General Motors Corp.  The company will supply 2.6 million lithium ion batteries for 48-volt start-stop systems for vehicles to be produced by GM's joint venture with SAIC, according to a statement posted by Wanxiang.
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Chinese battery maker Amperex takes 22% stake in Finland's Valmet Automotive
Automotive News China | 2017/2/7

Contemporary Amperex Technology, a Chinese producer of lithium ion batteries, has taken a 22 percent stake in Finnish coachbuilder Valmet Automotive.  The deal establishes Amperex as Valmet's third-largest stakeholder. Two financial investment firms, Pontos and Tesi,  hold  39 percent stakes.

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  U.S. rules that imported China truck tires were subsidized
Automotive News China | 2017/1/31

The U.S. Commerce Department says it made a final ruling that bus and truck tires from China were dumped at below market prices and were unfairly subsidized.  In 2015, U.S. imports of 8.9 million truck and bus tires from China were worth $1.07 billion (7.34 billion yuan), the statement said.
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  Thyssenkrupp to produce springs, stabilizers at new plant in Pinghu
Automotive News China | 2017/1/27

German supplier Thyssenkrupp will build a factory in the east China city of Pinghu to produce springs and stabilizers for a variety of customers.  The 30 million euro (220 million yuan) plant will open next year. The factory will employ 200 workers, and it will deliver products to European, American, Japanese and Chinese automakers.
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  Yanfeng reimagines the interior for autonomous driving
Automotive News | 2017/1/13

DETROIT -- Yanfeng Automotive Interiors is reimagining vehicle interiors for the day when motorists may not have to keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel.  Yanfeng used the Detroit auto show this week to introduce the Experience in Motion concept, or XiM17, to match the needs of consumers who may not have to focus on driving anymore.
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  Thyssenkrupp builds major steering parts plant in Changzhou
Automotive News China | 2016/12/23

Thyssenkrupp AG says it is constructing a major plant in the east China city of Changzhou to produce steering systems for a variety of automakers.  The German supplier plans to invest 200 million euros (1.44 billion yuan) initially in the 150,000 square-meter facility, which will employ 800 people. The plant will start production in December 2017. 
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  Q&A with Jacques Aschenbroich
How Valeo's CEO plans to spur growth in China
Automotive News China | 2016/12/16

Valeo CEO Jacques Aschenbroich says self-driving vehicles and carbon dioxide emission reduction will be the two main technologies that fuel Valeo's long-term growth in China.  Last month, Aschenbroich, 62, attended the opening of a windshield wiper plant in Changshu in east China's Jiangsu province.  Afterward, he described his plans for China in an interview with Yang Jian, managing editor of Automotive News China.
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  German supplier Brose breaks ground for major plant in Taicang
Automotive News China | 2016/12/6

German supplier Brose started construction on a factory in Taicang in east China's Jiangsu province to supply carmakers in the region.  The Taicang plant will make door panels, window regulators, latches, seats, rails and motors for Geely, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, Volkswagen and Volvo.  
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