Yang Jian

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200233 Shanghai
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Recent authored articles

How China plans to create giant state-owned carmaker

In recent years, Beijing has forced the consolidation of state-owned industries such as steelmaking, railway equipment and coal mining. Now it's the auto industry's turn.

How China plans to create a giant state-owned automaker

In recent years, Beijing has forced the consolidation of state-owned industries such as steelmaking. Now it's the auto industry's turn.

How China plans to create a giant state-owned automaker

In recent years, Beijing has forced the consolidation of state-owned industries such as steelmaking and mining in a bid to cut costs, develop new products and turn a profit.

Geely acquires U.S. flying-car developer Terrafugia

China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group completed the purchase of Terrafugia, a flying-car developer in Woburn, Mass.

Why it makes sense for Great Wall to buy Jeep

Fiat Chrysler should seriously consider an offer from Great Wall for the Jeep brand. A deal would make perfect sense for Great Wall, but also for FCA.

Why it makes sense for Great Wall to buy Jeep

Fiat Chrysler should seriously consider an offer from Great Wall for the Jeep brand. A deal would make perfect sense for Great Wall, which would gain access to the North American market and valuable technology.

China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep

UPDATED: 8/21/17 4:13 pm ET - adds closing stock price

China's Great Wall Motor is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to Fiat Chrysler to see whether a deal can be negotiated.

China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep

UPDATED: 8/21/17 10:03 am ET - adds early stock trading

China's Great Wall Motor told Automotive News it is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to FCA to see whether a deal can be negotiated.

Chinese carmakers declare war on foreign rivals

Until recently, Chinese automakers were widely considered to be cheap, low-quality marques that were too weak to compete with global giants.

China's EV market: Something for everybody

VW and Daimler soon will have a strong presence in the mass market for EVs in China.

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