Due to COVID-19 pandemic prevention requirements, two factories in Hefei, Anhui Province of NIO, a leading Chinese new energy automobile manufacturer, have stopped production recently. As a result, delivery of its models will be delayed.
Crowds of Foxconn employees walked along the highway to their hometowns due to an outbreak of COVID-19 cases at the world's largest iPhone manufacturing facility in Zhengzhou. This factory is currently the leading source of employment in the central Chinese city of over 10 million people.
Various Chinese social media accounts spread a message recently stating that travelers stranded in Xinjiang due to an ongoing surge in COVID cases could consider finding jobs in the local area. Local authorities said the message was a misinterpretation of the current situation.
Shenzhen-based automotive firm BYD, which has recently faced reports of Warren Buffett's share reduction, released its latest sales data on September 2. In August, BYD's total sales reached a new high.
Chinese internet giant Tencent logged its first-ever quarterly revenue fall along with declining net profit for the fourth consecutive quarter, according to its second-quarter 2022 results released on August 17.
Chinese electric vehicle startup Li Auto saw its losses widen in the second quarter of the year, according to its periodic fiscal disclosure on August 15, which also provided soft guidance for the third quarter.
The China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) said on July 22 that according to the data of manufacturers' retail target survey and weekly sales trend in July, the retail sales volume of passenger cars in July is estimated to be 1.77 million units.
According to statistics released by the China Passenger Car Association Cars (CPCA) on Friday, the sales volume of domestic passenger cars reached 1.354 million units in May, down 16.9% year-on-year.
Though high-risk, lockdown and control areas are still under some number of restrictions, Shanghai has now become fully operational as of June 1st. The Jiading District of Shanghai today issued 12 policies to boost consumption throughout the city.
Shanghai is making every effort to accelerate its economic recovery. Hou Yi, CEO of Hema Fresh, said that nearly 80% of the company's stores have resumed online operations.
To coordinate COVID-19 control with economic development, the municipal government of Shanghai launched an action plan on Sunday to speed up economic recovery following weeks of extended lockdowns.
Wanda Film Holding, China’s leading cinema chain operator, held its 2021 online performance meeting on Wednesday, introducing details on its operations last year and on future plans amid the continuing pandemic.
Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee released its unaudited 2022 first quarter report on Tuesday, showing it achieved revenue of 2.4 billion yuan ($359.9 million) during the period.
Chinese web users found on Monday that James Liang, the co-founder, former CEO and executive chairman of Trip.com Group Ltd., has been suspended on popular domestic social media site Weibo.
Starna Therapeutics, a Chinese firm focusing on the research and development of new mRNA drugs, recently announced the completion of round-A financing totaling 150 million yuan ($22.1 million).
The Ministry of Transport announced on Wednesday that China's online car-hailing supervision information exchange platform received a total of 476.02 million orders in April, down 11.6% from the previous month.
Tesla anticipates increasing the production capacity of its Shanghai Gigafactory to pre-lockdown levels around mid-May, but it has not disclosed specific target figures.
About 90% of employees of Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Ltd. (CATL), the foremost leader of the power battery industry, returned to work at its Shanghai plant.
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. (CATL), a global leader in lithium-ion battery development and manufacturing, released a record of investor relations activities on Thursday.
A range of Chinese new energy vehicle companies have recently reported their April delivery results. They were under greater pressure to deliver during the period due to the COVID-19 outbreaks.