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Zotye Automobile Sees Net Loss Of 6.0-9.0 Bln Yuan In 2020
Zotye Automobile's Creditor Applies To Court For Company To Enter Restructuring
Zotye Automobile's H1 Net Loss Widens To 1.0 Bln Yuan
ZOTYE AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD, formerly Anhui Zotye Automobile Co., Ltd., is a China-based company principally engaged in the research and development, manufacture and sales of entire automobiles. The Company’s products include cars, sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and new energy vehicles. The Company distributes its automobiles under Zhongtai, Jiangnan and Junma brands. The Company is also engaged in the manufacture, sales and installation of door products, such as wooden doors, decorative doors, anti-theft security doors, security windows and others. The Company distributes its products within domestic market and to overseas markets.
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Gen Shui Yan
Chairman of the Board, General Manager
Chief Financial Officer, Finance Director
Haifeng Feng Yang
Deputy General Manager, Secretary of the Board
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Ford Motor has decided to terminate plans to launch electric vehicle joint ventures with China's Zotye Automobile, the U.S. auto giant said on Thursday.
Carmaker HAAH Automotive Holdings said on Monday it plans to assemble and sell cars based on a platform designed by Chinese carmaker Chery Automobile Co Ltd in the United States and Canada by late next year or early 2022.
Ford Motor Co's <F.N> China vehicle sales fell for a third consecutive year, by 26.1%, as it battles a prolonged overall sales decline in its second-biggest market that has hit demand for its mass-market Ford brand and sports utility vehicles.
Capital investment by Chinese firms has ground to its slowest pace in three years, as a weakening economy, tight credit and prolonged trade war with the United States dent sales growth and cash reserves, a Reuters analysis showed.
Ford Motor Co's <F.N> July-to-September vehicle sales in China fell 30%, as the U.S. automaker continued to lose ground in a prolonged sales decline in its second biggest market.
Ford Motor Co <F.N> on Thursday named Steven Armstrong president of the Changan Ford joint venture in China to deepen the alliance and push for more models, as the U.S. carmaker tries to stem a decline in sales in the world's second largest economy.
General Motors Co <GM.N> and Ford Motor Co <F.N> announced their quarterly sales in China fell, albeit at a slower pace sequentially, as the U.S. automakers were hit by a slowing economy amid the Sino-U.S. trade war.
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Zotye Automobile <000980.SZ>, a Ford Motor Co <F.N> partner in China, said on Tuesday it planned to begin selling SUVs in the United States in 2020.
Chinese carmaker Zotye Automobile said on Tuesday that it plans to begin selling SUVs in the United States in 2020.
Humming away in an industrial estate in the eastern Chinese resort city of Hangzhou, electric vehicle designer Automagic is one of hundreds of companies looking to ride the country's wave of investment in clean transportation.
* SAYS IT SIGNS MOU WITH FORD MOTOR'S UNIT FORD SMART MOBILITY
Ford Motor Co's <F.N> Asia head said on Wednesday he hoped recent Chinese moves to relax ownership rules in the country's auto market would speed up regulatory approval for its electric vehicle joint venture with local firm Zotye Automobile Co Ltd <000980.SZ>.
* Says it plans to pay cash dividend of 0.15 yuan per 10 shares (before tax) to the company's shareholders for 2017
* Says it changes accounting policy based on accounting standards for business enterprises
* SAYS PRELIM 2017 NET PROFIT UP 1,209.3 PERCENT Y/Y AT 1.1 BILLION YUAN ($175.16 million)
China's Zheijiang Geely Holding Group [GEELY.UL] $9 billion stake in Germany's Daimler <DAIGn.DE> marks the biggest move so far in a global acquisition spree by its chairman Li Shufu.
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