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Great Wall Motor Co Posts 9-Month Net Profit Attributable Rmb2.59 BLN
Great Wall Motor Sept Production Volume 118,982 Units, Up 18.89%
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Great Wall Motor Company Limited is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufacturer in the People's Republic of China (the PRC). The Company is principally engaged in the design, research and development, manufacture and sale, as well as distribution of SUVs, sedans, pick-up trucks and automobile-related parts and components. The Company has three brands, Great Wall, Havel and WEY, and its products include SUVs, sedans and pick-up trucks. The Company also manufactures and supplies relative automotive parts and components. The Company's vertically integrated parts and components production unit manufactures various products, including engines, transmissions, chassis, electronics, interior and exterior decoration parts and molds. The Company manufactures cars, which include Great Wall C50 and Great Wall C30. The Company's SUVs include Great Wall H6, Great Wall H5-E and Great Wall M4. The Company's pick up vehicles are Wingle 5, Wingle 6 and Wingle 5 Upgrade.
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Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> aims to boost overseas sales this year, an official at China's top pickup truck maker said on Saturday, helping to ease an overall drop caused by COVID-19.
Delays to General Motors' <GM.N> sale of its Indian plant to Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> due to tensions between India and China are likely to result in hefty unplanned costs for the U.S. automaker, people familiar with the matter said.
China's top pickup truck maker Great Wall Motor Co Ltd posted a 24.5% drop in first-half profit on Friday as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world's biggest auto market.
AMS said on Thursday its sensors will be used in vehicles built by China's Great Wall Motor Co Ltd from 2022 onwards, an important step for the Austrian company toward its goal of diversifying into the auto industry.
China’s top pickup truck maker, Great Wall Motor Co Ltd, plans to roll out sport-utility vehicles (SUV) and pickup trucks from its recently acquired plants in Thailand early next year, an executive said on Friday.
Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> expects China's overall auto sales in the second half this year to return to the same level as last year, its president said, as the world's biggest auto market recovers from a coronavirus-driven low.
China's Great Wall Motor Co Ltd <601633.SS>, <2333.HK> said on Friday it had swung to net loss in the first quarter this year after its profit dropped 13.6% last year, as the coronavirus epidemic hits the world's biggest auto market.
China's top pickup truck maker Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> is not willing to enter a price war as sales slow down because of the coronavirus epidemic, but will keep trying to develop overseas markets, its chairman said.
Great Wall Motor, one of the top sport-utility vehicle makers in China, cut its sales target by 8% as coronavirus epidemic which has killed more than 3,200 people in China hit the market.
General Motors Co <GM.N> said it would wind down its Australian and New Zealand operations and sell a Thai plant in the latest restructuring of its global business, costing the U.S. auto maker $1.1 billion.
China's Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> said on Monday it had signed a binding agreement to purchase a car plant from General Motors <GM.N> in Thailand.
Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> has agreed to buy General Motors' (GM) <GM.N> car plant in India, the companies said on Friday, as the Chinese automaker expands overseas amid slowing domestic demand.
Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor has agreed to buy General Motors' (GM) car plant in the Indian state of Maharashtra, two sources aware of the matter said, setting in motion its plan to build cars in the country.
Chinese automakers Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> and Changan Automobile <000625.SZ> are accelerating plans to build cars in India after the initial success of rival SAIC Motor <600104.SS> in one of the world's biggest markets, three sources said.
BMW <BMWG.DE> and its partner Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> said they plan to build a plant in China with a capacity of 160,000 cars per year, and which will produce BMW's electric MINI brand and Great Wall Motor models.
China's Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> has gained domestic regulatory approval to build a factory in China together with BMW <BMWG.DE>, it said on Friday, paving the way for the German carmaker to develop and build a low-emission Mini.
* BMW and Great Wall proceed with plans to build China factory
China's SUV maker Great Wall Motor said on Friday the local regulator had approved its auto manufacturing project with German premium carmaker BMW.
China's top sport-utility vehicle maker Great Wall Motor <601633.SS> <2333.HK> aims to sell 300,000 of its premium brand WEY vehicles a year by 2025, its chairman said on Wednesday.
Ergo, the retail insurance unit of Munich Re, has struck a partnership with Great Wall Motor and will start selling insurances to car owners in China, both companies announced on Monday.
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