Ford increases investment in electric cars, Internet services in China amid sales slowdownFord increases investment in electric cars, Internet services in China amid sales slowdownFord Motor will double down on its bet in China's automobile market, as the country is considering replacing gasoline powered cars with fully electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

China’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleChina’s third-largest bike sharing company closes amid financial troubleBluegogo, China’s third-largest bike sharing company, has reportedly run into financial trouble with unpaid wages and users struggling t…

Tencent begins test of driverless car in race with Baidu, AlibabaTencent begins test of driverless car in race with Baidu, AlibabaChina's technology giant Tencent is testing its self-developed autonomous driving system, pitting against rivals Baidu and Alibaba, which…

China's Geely buys U.S. flying car makerChina's Geely buys U.S. flying car makerChina’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group has announced it will acquire all operations and assets of Terrafugia Inc, a U.S.-based flying car …

China's bike-sharing companies eye electric-car sharing serviceChina's bike-sharing companies eye electric-car sharing serviceWith China's money-burning bike-sharing market nearing a saturation, the country's bike-sharing companies have set their sights on develo…

When could Tesla begin making electric cars in China?When could Tesla begin making electric cars in China?Tesla Motors still faces a few barriers in localizing production in China, even though the country's commerce ministry confirmed media re…

Singles' Day sales expected to hit new high with foreign brands and consumers on boardSingles' Day sales expected to hit new high with foreign brands and consumers on boardAlibaba Group's e-commerce business is expected to see an annual growth rate of 26 percent to hit record-high sales of 152 billion yuan o…



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