Since 2009, the Chinese auto market has been the global industry’s greatest frontier, which means that a great deal of research goes into which brands will fare well in the Middle Kingdom. Frequently, selling cars in China means changing the designs of popular models. A recent article in The Detroit Free Press notes that it’s Read on! →


China, the world’s largest auto market, is a needed territory for automakers. And while sales were up in March, a drop in the quarterly numbers has some car makers concerned. Sales down for quarter 1 According to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, auto sales in the Asian nation were down to¬†4.79 million units for Read on! →


Volvo has been under the ownership of Chinese automotive company Geely for the past 18 months, but it is considered a foreign company under Chinese law because Volvo is still registered and incorporated in Sweden. The non-local status has led nationalist Chinese officials to discourage the use of Volvo as a fleet vehicle. As a Read on! →