Japan’s car market is notoriously insular but BYD is banking on its buses, batteries and brand recognition to help it stake a claim
China’s biggest technology companies – Tencent, ByteDance, NetEase and Alibaba – are racing to stake a claim in the booming virtual world
Guo Shuqing, chairman of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, and He Lifeng, chief of the National Development and Reform Commission, are the favourites to be Xi Jinping's new right-hand man
Embattled Huawei has seen its star rise and fall, when it was targeted by Western sanctions, but now it’s back again – as an automaker
China EV makers Wuling, Xpeng, Nio and BYD have all put themselves in the perfect position to stake a claim in Europe’s lucrative market
The world's largest battery maker has reportedly been considering at least two potential sites where it can establish facilities to supply batteries to Tesla and Ford.
Sixteen automakers including overseas giants such as Tesla and VW recorded monthly deliveries of more 10,000 in China last month
XPeng, Li Auto, and Nio all saw sales growth last month as China’s automakers got back on track after weeks of Covid-affected production
Warren Buffett-backed BYD is growing EV sales at such a furious pace that it also is closing on FAW-Volkswagen to become the largest automaker of any type in the country.
Guangzhou-based XPeng has run double-shift, 24-hour production since mid-May to clear its order backlog.
Fourteen of China’s top 15 carmakers reported sales losses last month while EV firm BYD’s April sales surged 138.4%
The US carmaker shipped over 4,700 electric vehicles to Europe on Wednesday, its first exports from the city in almost a month, state media said.