Business, Technology

Chinese Electric Car Manufacturer Set to Crack US Market

Geely Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Chairman Li Shufu (Vincent Thian/Associated Press)

The Nasdaq-listed company, Kandi Technologies Group Inc., which started making electric cars in 2013, plans to ship two of its models to the United States this year, Chairman and CEO Hu Xiaoming said Jan. 16. Sales will start after the company clears regulatory procedures, which have been held up by the federal government shutdown, Hu said.

January 17, 2019
Business, Technology, Equipment, Safety, Autonomous

Chinese Autonomous Truck Startup Opens Research Facility in Arizona

Autonomous Truck TuSimple

A Chinese startup company developing self-driving technology for commercial trucking has opened a facility in Tucson for research and testing — including a planned Tucson-Phoenix run with an autonomous truck.

David Wichner | The Arizona Daily Star
August 22, 2017

Ford Buying Chinese Heavy-Duty Truck Maker

Ford Motor Co.’s Chinese commercial vehicle unit agreed to buy a heavy-duty truck maker for about $42 million, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.

August 8, 2012

WTO Backs U.S. on Chinese Tire Tariffs

The World Trade Organization rejected China’s complaint that U.S. tariffs on Chinese car and light-truck tires violate global trade rules, Bloomberg reported.

December 14, 2010