Rising China poised to call the shots at Honda nowAug. 19
Honda's rapidly expanding footprint in China spotlights how the world's biggest auto market is pulling focus and resources away from the United States. The Japanese automaker is setting priorities in everything from production to product development.
China's Guangzhou joins rivals in denying plans to buy Fiat ChryslerAug. 18
Sources: FCA has Chinese suitorsAug. 14
Visteon offsets U.S. slowdown with Q2 gains in ChinaJuly 28
Audi made an ad in China comparing a wife to a used car -- it's not going over wellJuly 18
First Shift: Daimler facing emissions-violations probeJuly 13
Faurecia will supply seats to GM's China JVJuly 11
Cooper-Standard expects to double China sales in 4 yearsJuly 10
GM, Mercedes, VW urged by China to recall vehicles with faulty Takata airbagsJuly 6
LeEco's billionaire founder pleads for time as creditors circleJuly 6
LeEco Chairman Jia Yueting asked for more time to repay debt and realize his ambitions of disrupting the automobile industry, days after a Chinese court froze billions of dollars in assets controlled by him and associated companies.