Tag: Passenger Cars
7 months ago
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China’s EV Champion BYD Will Take on the World in 2024

Having weathered domestic competition, international expansion is the car maker’s next priority

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10 months ago
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Stock Market Today: Indexes Finish Lower, Oil Prices Decline Again

Stocks pulled back , while Treasury yields steadied after a volatile stretch. Investors are watching for data Friday ...

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11 months ago
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BYD, China’s Tesla, Is Coming for the World

From jets to electric vehicles to supercomputers, WSJ talked to different industry and technology experts about how t...

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11 months ago
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Electric Cars Power China’s Economic Hopes as Internet Titans Take a Back Seat

China is now the world’s largest auto exporter with Russia becoming its biggest buyer this year. WSJ explains how Chi...

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11 months ago
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Toyota-Supplier Denso Is Ready for the EV Era

Every year, The Wall Street Journal’s Heard on the Street columnists pick the stocks they love and loathe and track t...

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12 months ago
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Volkswagen Seeks to Reclaim China Crown in Deal With EV-Maker XPeng

German auto giant buys stake in a Chinese rival after praising the dynamism and innovation of local automakers

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12 months ago
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Volkswagen’s EV Gambit in China Makes Sense

Deal will help VW and local startup Xpeng, both struggling in China’s huge—and cutthroat—electric-vehicle market

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about 1 year ago
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Goodbye, Volkswagen: China’s New EV Winners

The new top dogs in China’s electric vehicle market—the world’s largest—are starting to thin out the pack. Tesla is i...

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over 1 year ago
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Foreign Car Makers Take Hard Knocks in China’s Auto-Sector Brawl

Domestic brands have stolen a march on foreign auto makers, especially in regard to electric vehicles

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over 1 year ago
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China’s EV Market Will Slow in 2023. That Still Leaves It Ahead.

Expiring subsidies will weigh on electric-vehicle sales, but China’s strength in EVs will prove durable.

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over 1 year ago
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Chinese Shares Surge as Covid Reopening Hopes Emerge, U.S. Audit Inspections End

Shares of Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong jumped after U.S. officials wrapped up an audit inspection in the cit...

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over 2 years ago
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Billionaire Richard Li’s FWD Files for Hong Kong IPO

The fast-growing life insurer with businesses in 10 Asian markets joins a growing cohort of companies that are rerout...

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over 2 years ago
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Toyota’s Real Challenge Is EVs, Not Chips

The Japanese car maker will have to figure out how to negotiate the shifting landscape of the auto industry itself, e...

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over 2 years ago
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AMC Lags Behind in Saudi Arabia’s Surprisingly Competitive Cinema Market

Four years since the kingdom lifted a ban on theaters, local rivals have moved ahead of the U.S. giant.

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over 2 years ago
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Chinese EVs Want to Shock Global Markets Next

Despite being the world’s largest auto market, China has never been a big car exporter globally. It seeks to change t...

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over 2 years ago
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Looking for a Less Thrilling Ride Than Tesla? Try a Good Ole’ Toyota

The global chip famine actually ended up bringing in big money for the world’s most profitable auto maker, but it fac...

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almost 3 years ago
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China’s Electric-Vehicle Ambitions Are No Pipe Dream

After years of living off subsidies, Chinese EV makers are starting to compete on technology and product design. Fore...

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about 3 years ago
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China’s EVs Force Foreign Auto Makers to Catch Up

As electric cars’ share of the Chinese auto market cross the 10% threshold, foreign makers not called Tesla have fail...

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over 3 years ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Chinese Auto Giant Geely Explores SPAC Deals

The multinational company is in talks to sponsor a $300 Million SPAC on Nasdaq and is considering another SPAC to flo...

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over 3 years ago
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Geely and Volvo Decide to Remain Friends With Benefits

The auto makers have decided they can work better together as separate companies, a year after announcing a planned m...

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over 3 years ago
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Chip Shortage is No Match for Sturdy Toyota

To rivals’ chagrin, Toyota says it is doing just fine with the global automotive chip shortage.

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over 3 years ago
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Ford Adds Made in China Label to the Mustang

Auto maker will build its iconic Mustang vehicles in China for the first time, as it tries to reconnect with Chinese ...

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over 3 years ago
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Hyundai: Big EV Dreams, Big Profits Now

Hyundai’s electric dreams have helped supercharge its stock. But unlike some other car makers, its regular auto busin...

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over 3 years ago
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The Rise and Fall—and Rise Again—of Chinese EV Startup NIO

A year ago, Chinese electric-vehicle startup NIO was near ruin. Today it is worth more than General Motors.

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over 3 years ago
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Driver Data Is a Help and a Hazard for Auto Insurers

Real-world driving data from connected cars is both a treasure trove and a mine-field for auto insurers. Big banks’ e...

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over 3 years ago
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Bond Upsets Rattle Chinese Credit Market

Investors are losing confidence in the local governments that stand behind many of China’s corporate debt issuers.

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over 3 years ago
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U.S. Firms Get Another Boost From China

Coca-Cola, GM, Estee Lauder and others got a lift in the third quarter from Chinese consumers spending big, even as a...

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