Shane Goldmacher, reporter for The National Journal, profiles Richard Quick, a 71-year old retired...
by cschultz | Feb 24, 2010
From the Associated Press: Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machines Co. said Wednesday it pulled out of the deal to buy the company from General Motors Co. Tengzhong failed to get clearance from Chinese regulators within the...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 3, 2009
The New York Times reports on the sale of GM stakes that will make its Chinese partner the majority owner of the joint venture: General Motors has reached an agreement to sell about half of its India operations and a small stake...
by Jenny Leung | Jun 9, 2009
As Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co. is set to buy Hummer, a General Motors unit that filed for bankruptcy recently, several perspectives have emerged about the gas-guzzling behemoth and the little known machinery...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 20, 2009
The Shanghai Auto Show is taking on new significance this year as the Chinese car industry is providing a rare glimmer of opportunity for beleaguered American car makers. GM is planning to move factories to China, Bloomberg...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 18, 2008
With the U.S. auto industry in the midst of a crisis, Chinese media reports are saying that Chinese companies may buy up two giants, Chrysler and GM. From TheTruthAboutCars.com: Chinese carmakers SAIC and Dongfeng have plans to...
by Michael Zhao | Nov 17, 2006
From the Wall Street Journal: The Cadillac SLS — which will be in the spotlight here tomorrow at the Beijing Auto Show — has been stretched to provide more legroom for rear-seat passengers, since many wealthy Chinese ride in chauffeur-driven cars. Its upright chrome grille presents a more formal silhouette than its sportier North American […]
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