After more than 20 years of popular complaints about officials spending huge amount of public fund on upscale cars for private use, the Chinese government finally decided to remove such perks for cadres at vice minister level and below.

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5th CBU/CAR Annual Internaitonal Heavy-Duty Conference to be held in Guangzhou, China on November 19, 2014.
State council moves to ensure fair competition 2014-07-18

Following the decision of deepening economic and political reform made at the 3rd Plenary Session of the 18th National Congress of the ruling Chinese Communist Party late last year, the State Council (China's cabinet) recently released an "Outline for the Promotion of Fair Competition and Maintenance of Normal Market Order" (The Outline).

$1.6 million in luxury cars wrecked in China 2014-07-26
JAC-Navistar President Joe Werth confirmed as speaker at HD 2014 in Guangzhou 2014-07-27
Toyota battery joint venture in China conditionally approved 2014-07-20
PPG announces sale of its Mount Zion plant 2014-07-20
China said to be probing foreign automakers over parts 2014-07-20
Auto component import from China climbs to 21% 2014-07-20
Chrysler to recall 21,547 Jeep Grand Cherokees in China 2014-07-20
State council moves to ensure fair competition 2014-07-18
BYD announces e-bus factory in Brazil 2014-07-23
Continental expands production of EPB-Ci in China 2014-07-15

SHANGHAI – Wang Xiaoqiu, 50, former president of Shanghai-GM, will be appointed vice president of SAIC Motor and president of SAIC Motor Passenger Vehicle Co., according to an internal announcement of the company on June 28.

WUHAN, Hubei – Dongfeng, the second largest Chinese automaker, plans to launch seven new models under its independent brand the Dongfeng Aeolus, reported auto.

Dongfeng Motor Corp. (DFM), China’s second largest automaker, may halt its acquisition of Fujian Motor Industry Group Co., a provincially-governed state-owned automaker based in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, reported Zhongguo Jingying Bao (China Business Journal) citing a person close to Fujian Motor on May 27.

BEIJING – Beijing will adopt second phase State-V emissions standards, which requires more frequent use of OBD systems on cars, in the second half of the year, according to Gao Jie, an official from Vehicle Emissions Management Office under the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau.

BEIJING – China released technical standards on used car appraisal on May 30, requiring that all used cars in the country must be appraised in accordance with the technical standards starting from June 1, according to a statement of China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA), drafter of the regulations.

China’s total output of passenger battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in April reached 2,562 units, a 35.

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2014-11-12~ 2014-11-14 5th Green Vehicle Convention 2014 China Dongbei Venue:Beijing,China
2014-11-19~ 2014-11-19 The 5th CBU Annual International Heavy-Duty Conference, in association with CCPIT-Auto Sub-Council, during the 2nd Guangzhou International Commercial Vehicle Exhibition China Huanan Venue:Guangzhou, Guangdong, China