Two of China’s largest automakers have launched a recall in Australia that may set back plans to expand exports in the U.S. and European markets. The discovery of carcinogenic asbestos car parts in the engine prompted the recall. Asbestos car parts Down Under According to Dunne and Co., Great Wall Motor Co. and Chery Automobile Read on! →


Jaguar Land Rover and the Chinese automaker Chery Automobile Company — both properties of India-based Tata Motors — finalized paperwork Tuesday to enter into a joint venture producing cars and engines in China. Approval needed from Chinese regulators According to Reuters, the two companies are seeking approval from Chinese industry regulators for the $2.78 billion Read on! →