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Automotive News China Newsletter
Monday, December 16, 2019

VW Group extends sales recovery

VW Group shored up sales in China for the second-straight month in November, solidifying its position as the country’s largest carmaker. Groupwide deliveries totaled 419,700, a rise of 5.1 percent from a year earlier, behind a double-digit gain at the Audi brand. 

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Honda, Toyota maintain growth; Nissan demand dips

Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp., helped by hybrid demand, continued to post higher sales increases in China last month, but Nissan Motor Co. deliveries remained bearish. 

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GAC launches Russia sales

GAC Motor Co. started selling vehicles in Russia after suspending plans to enter the North American market in 2018 over concerns with the trade dispute between China and the United States.

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Proton begins Malaysian output of rebadged Geely crossover

Malaysian carmaker Proton Holdings launched mass production of the first vehicle developed by its Chinese shareholder, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group. The Proton X70, a rebadged, right-hand-drive version of Geely’s Boyue compact crossover, is slated to go on sale in the first quarter of 2020.

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Sweden's Northvolt plans battery recycling in new challenge to China

Northvolt, the Swedish challenger to China’s domination of the electric-vehicle battery market, plans to build a large-scale recycling plant to recover supplies of precious metals needed for production.

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Nexteer pushes r&d

Like most automotive suppliers looking toward the future, China-owned Nexteer is pivoting its expertise in core technologies to prepare for major industry disruptions.

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CES preview with Gary Shapiro

Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, previews the 2020 CES and weighs in on the prickly trade relationship between the United States and China.

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