GAC Group, China’s 6th largest automaker by sales, returned to the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit last week after making its first appearance at the annual event two years ago.

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SHANGHAI – Mirko Bordiga has become president of Maserati China, succeeding Christian Gobber, effective January 1, 2015, according to a report on auto.

BEIJING – Tom Zhu will assume China operation leadership of Tesla Motors Inc., the U.S-based producer of electric cars, according to a report on Chinadaily.

SHANGHAI – Qoros announced that Chen Anning will take on the position of chairman and interim CEO of Qoros Automotive Co., Ltd (Qoros), succeeding Guo Qian while Sun Xiaodong will succeed Stefano Villanti as head of sales and marketing, according to a report on auto.

CHONGQING – Chang’an Automobile Co., Ltd. (Chang’an Auto) announced on December 18 that Zhang Baolin, who resigned from his post as company president in the month, has been appointed vice board chairman of Changan Auto, succeeding Zou Wenchao, while Zhu Huarong, company’

BEIJING – Automakers in China made 159 recalls in 2014, taking back a total of 4.12 million vehicles, accounting for 22 percent of recalled vehicles over the past 10 years, according to recent industry data.

BEIJING – Didi Dache, the leading mobile-based transportation service provider in China, has received an investment worth more than $700 million, Beijing Xiaoju Tech Co., Ltd.

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