Mobility, mobility and more mobility. From Auto China 2016 in Beijing last month to CES Asia in Shanghai last week, and many industry events and forums in between, the term has been used over and over again by executives of existing carmakers in the industry and new ones that are in the process of entering.

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BEIJING – Mao Jingbo, regional president of sales and marketing at Beijing Mercedes-Benz Sales Service Co., Ltd.

BEIJING – Zhu Naijun, former vice president of Chery Auto Sales, has been appointed executive vice president in charge of sales at Qoros Auto, according to local media reports on March 25.

BEIJING – China’s automotive aftermarket has the potential to grow by 298 percent from 2015 to 2025, said Huang Luchuan, director of Accenture Asia Pacific, at a press conference on February 26 regarding its latest reports on Chinese automotive aftermarket and consumer behavior study in 2015.

BEIJING – China recalled about 1.8 million vehicles in the first quarter of 2016, according to information published on qiche365.

Unlike recent years past, this year’s March 15 Gala on CCTV did not feature any automakers. Instead, to the surprise of many in the industry, Cheyipai.

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in February decreased 0.86 percent from the previous year to 1.

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