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    Official: GM officially unveils Sail Springo EV at China auto show

    First, we thought it was going to be called the Sail EV. Then we thought it'd be the Springo EV. Now we know that the first electric vehicle developed by Shanghai General Motors, the partnership between GM and SAIC, will officially be called the Sail Springo EV. So, that's settled. Shanghai GM ...

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    Report: Chevy Sail EV renamed Springo for China debut

    Sail, we can translate: Springo. That's the renamed version of the Chevrolet compact electric vehicle that will debut in China later this year after its production version is unveiled at the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month. Shanghai GM, which is a 50/50 partnership between General Motors ...

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    Enerdel announces new Chinese joint venture with Guangzhou Automobile

    EnerDel is going to China. The Indiana-based lithium-ion battery company announced yesterday it will start a new joint venture with Wanxiang's electric vehicle division. Wanxiang, a company EnerDel calls the "largest auto parts supplier to the Chinese car industry," already works with companies ...

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    Renault-Nissan creates partnership for deploying EVs in China

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    The latest city to join the long list of more than 30 cities and governments that have signed an agreement with Renault-Nissan is Guangzhou, a large city formerly known as Canton. Nissan's partner in China, Dongfeng, will work with the ...

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    Guangzhou's Armada buys 207 hybrid buses

    Armada, an "integrated group mainly engaged in bus tourism" with more than 5,500 buses running, is going to purchase 207 hybrid Eaton buses. The buses come from the same company that recently signed a large deal with Coca Cola. The powertrain is made up of a 6-cylinder diesel Cummins unit and a 44 ...

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    Chinese biodiesel industry unfazed by oil price falls

    Biodiesel production is one of the new bull markets in China, with bright growth prospects and an environmental conscience. And, it is drawing in investors as production soars. Around Guangzhou in the nation's south, dozens of plants are reported under construction or already in production. The ...

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    Electric bikes banned in Chinese city to make room for cars

    Someone thought there were too many electric bicycles in the southern China city of Guangzhou, so officials banned them. Now tens of thousands of commuters are left walking, finding a traditional bike, or buying a car. Officials apparently don't want the electric bikes becoming the "main mode" of ...


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