On September 5, 2023, Tesla (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. took legal action against IceZero Intelligent Technology for alleged “infringement of trade secrets and unfair competition.”
While China initiated EV subsidies earlier than many other countries, a closer look reveals that the extent of these incentives lags behind that of Europe and the United States.
Chinese automakers have actively engaged in this anti-subsidy investigation, involving professional advisory teams from the outset.
On September 13th, Tianqi Lithium Industries announced that it had signed a “Share Subscription Agreement” with global automotive brand smart in Chengdu, China.
The 2022 Russo-Ukrainian War became a turning point for Chinese brands in the Russian market. Since May of that year, Chinese brands steadily increased their market share.
In the realm of mid-to-high-end pure electric SUVs, the 2021 BYD Tang EV and NIO ES6 stand out as two prominent contenders.
Not every Chinese company is eligible to export cars. Only companies that have received qualifications from the Chinese government are permitted to engage in car exports.
Amidst the automotive industry’s transformation, a German auto automation giant faces bankruptcy, while China’s resilient and adaptable firms thrive in the face of challenges, showcasing strategic advantages and redundant capacity.
Australia has emerged as a key market for Chinese automotive exports, ranking as the third-largest destination for Chinese vehicles according to customs data.
We conducted market research in Shanghai and other areas, aiming to shed light on the current state of hydrogen energy commercialization.
Cross-border purchasing of automobiles from China can sometimes lead to disputes between foreign buyers and Chinese sellers due to various reasons.
As China’s domestic automotive market witnesses a reciprocal exchange of technology with multinational car manufacturers, the concept of “technology going global” is emerging as a new trend.
Engaging in thorough research and taking precautionary measures can safeguard buyers from potential fraud and ensure they acquire legitimate vehicles.
Volkswagen CEO Thomas Schäfer’s frequent visits to China emphasize commitment. Collaboration, diverse products, and adaptability key to thriving in China’s dynamic auto market.
This article offers a comprehensive guide with expert insights on how to make well-informed decisions and protect their interests when buying cars from China.
Thailand’s automotive market, with sales and exports both surpassing the million-unit mark, has emerged as a vital arena for Chinese automobile manufacturers.
In a strategic move that signifies a shift in the automotive landscape, Didi Chuxing, the prominent ride-hailing giant, has announced its collaboration with Xpeng Motors, a leading Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer.
This article aims to provide essential tips for buyers seeking to purchase cars from China, enabling them to better scrutinize vehicles and safeguard their investments.
China’s rapidly expanding electric vehicle (EV) market faces a critical challenge of inadequate skilled personnel in the maintenance and repair sector.
In Europe, Chinese car brands have reported total sales of 147,000 units, representing a market share of roughly 2.25%.