Infiniti sets ambitious plan to hike China outputApril 19
For GM, VW and their Chinese partners, breaking up may be hardApril 17
China to scrap foreign ownership caps on automakers by 2022April 17
The move is a major policy shift that will open the market wider to automakers such as Nissan and Tesla. It comes amid a trade standoff between Washington and Beijing, and signals the end of a 1994 rule in the biggest auto market that limits foreign automakers to a 50 percent share of any local venture.
Are China deals U.S. security threats?April 16
Trump weighs rejoining TPP as he tones down China trade threatApril 12
Ford to ramp up Lincoln rollout in China to catch rivals, report saysApril 12
Do the right thing: Say no to GACApril 16
BMW, Toyota get tariff pledge amid U.S.-China trade warApril 10
BMW and Toyota were among global automakers that received some good news from China after President Xi Jinping reiterated a pledge to reduce import tariffs on vehicles this year, heeding decades-long pleas from companies seeking better access to the world's biggest auto market.
China's president vows to cut auto import tariffsApril 9
President Xi Jinping, in a long-planned speech, promised to cut China's auto import tariffs and ease restrictions on foreign ownership in the country's auto industry amid an escalating trade dispute with Washington.