The shuffling of professional managers at JVs or WFOE's in China at year end is absolutely normal, unlike the "disappearance" of a CEO at a state-owned enterprise. The very date that Dr. Daniel Kirchert moved from Infiniti China to Dongfeng-Infiniti started his count-down as the president of a JV automaker, a rule of thumb.

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By Jones Zhong The shuffling of professional managers at JVs or WFOE's in China at year end is absolutely normal, unlike the "disappearance" of a CEO at a state-owned enterprise. The very date that Daniel Kirchert moved from Infiniti China to Dongfeng-Infiniti started his count-down as the president of a JV automaker, a rule of thumb.

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– by Liu Xu China’s auto market has been slowing down since the beginning of this year, with independent brands being the most affected ones.

The China-on-Wheels fleet of three Chinese-made cars, Dongfeng H30 Cross, JAC Rein and Hawtai B11, left Beijing late Sunday morning heading toward Erdos where Hawtai Motor is based, hoping to avoid the likely traffic jam on the Beijing-Tibet Expressway on any weekday.

China’s auto market has slowed down since the beginning of the year, with sales at 11.98 million units in the first eight months, up only 3 percent on a yearly basis.

SHANGHAI – Just as General Motors was conducting its first-ever board of directors meeting in China, U.S. automakers were acclaiming a survey that showed China-built vehicles would be considered for purchase by 38 percent of American consumers.

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