NIO's ET7 electric vehicle model was granted this year's Golden Steering Wheel award in the "Medium and Upper Class" category by German magazine Auto Bild on November 9, becoming the first car from a Chinese firm to win the award.
On September 28, BYD launched three models for the European market, including Han, Tang and ATTO3 (known as Yuan PLUS in China). The prices for these three models, however, are much higher than those in China.
Chinese battery maker SVOLT announced on September 9 that it will build a second overseas production plant for the European market in Brandenburg, Germany, which will focus on cell production.
News emerged on August 10 that the blade battery manufactured by Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD has been delivered to Tesla's factory in Berlin, Germany, the first plant in which Tesla is using BYD's new battery.
On August 8, Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motor (GWM) held a signing ceremony with European car dealer Emil Frey Group.
On August 1, BYD announced its cooperation with Hedin Mobility, a leading dealer group in Europe, to provide high-quality new energy vehicles for Sweden and Germany.
Honor, a Chinese smartphone brand, announced via Twitter on July 28 that it will launch a series of products at IFA 2022, a major consumer electronics trade show in Germany to be held on September 2.
MediaMarkt, a German electronics retailer, has removed drones made by Chinese firm DJI from its shelves. DJI alleged that this was because the company and many of its partners were attacked by spammers last week.
Last Thursday, Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motor (GWM) announced the official opening of its German subsidiary in Munich.
Chinese smartphone-maker OPPO made its decision to continuously invest European market.
Lately I have been thinking about how Tencent’s WeChat can enter other markets. It has been a tremendous success in China with more than one billion users. Together with Alipay, mobile payment has turned Chinese society from a society where people carry large wads of cash, to one which is largely cashless, all within the […]
Wang Xiaofeng, co-founder and CEO of Mobike, delivered a speech themed The Internationalization of Chinese Enterprises at The Year Ahead summit, hosted by Bloomberg Businessweek in cooperation with Sina Weibo. He spoke about internationalization and Mobike’s ideas, and rejected ideas about a merger.