Autonomous driving company Pony.ai announced on Sunday that it was awarded a permit to operate 100 autonomous vehicles as traditional taxis in Nansha, Guangzhou.
The People's Bank of China (PBoC) announced on April 2 that several cities including Tianjin and Guangzhou will be added as new pilot areas for the country's digital currency, or e-CNY.
Evergrande Group has moved out of its headquarters building in Shenzhen, and that the building has removed branding that displays "Evergrande Group."
Autonomous driving company WeRide announced on Friday that it has officially begun unmanned minibus Robobus services on Guangzhou International Bio Island. The service aims to provide unmanned bus services for local citizens.
The city of Guangzhou published an article via its official WeChat account on Wednesday, saying that the first L4 autonomous driving public bus line was officially put into operation, and that citizens can now book a free test ride.
Guangzhou passed an operation plan for self-driving trial lines, including 6 lines and 50 self-driving buses in operation.
To increase Guangzhou's capacity to administer nucleic acid tests, which are used to screen those suspected of being infected with COVID-19, four groups of inflatable COVID-19 testing labs are being put into use in the vast metropolis in the Chinese province of Guangdong.
WeRide, a global autonomous driving company, announced today it raised hundreds of millions of dollars in its Series C financing, from IDG Capital, Homeric Capital, CoStone Capital, Cypress Star, Sky9 Capital, K3 Ventures, and others.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup Xpeng Motors has kicked off a week-long autonomous driving challenge that will span more than 3,600 kilometers across six Chinese provinces, putting its autonomous capabilities to the ultimate test.
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Faraday Future, an American electric vehicle startup known as FF, issued a letter to staff today to celebrate its fourth anniversary and provide an update on the company’s progress.
The Nansha District Government Affairs Service Center in Guangzhou introduced “WeChat Police Certified” face recognition technology and issued China’s first WeChat ID card on December 26.