Haier Group, a leading Chinese home appliance firm, is reportedly planning to enter the automotive industry with the launch of its own brand of cars, although a specific launch date has not yet been determined.
At the recent Haier conference, the renowned Chinese appliance maker teamed up with Craft-Bamboo Racing team from Hong Kong to create a Formula One race car prototype.
On March 6, Haier announced its vision of future robots serving ordinary families, and officially entered the field of service robots. Haier also entered a strategic partnership with SoftBank to introduce SoftBank’s humanoid robot “Pepper” into the Chinese market.
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