Chinese car producer Geely (吉利汽车) has expanded its range through the development or the acquisition of electric and flying vehicles. The group has answered our questions about its use of composite materials.
Designed and developed in China, Lava Music yet never presents itself as a Chinese brand in its communication and marketing.
British government is in talks with China Railway Construction Corporation company (CRCC, 中国铁建) about putting its HS2 project back on track, reported British newspaper Financial Times. HS2, the UK’s over budget and long delayed high-speed rail line, which will speed from London to the Midlands and the north of England, this month received the go-ahead for the first phase of construction.
Founded in 2006 by a team of five MIT graduates, Terrafugia has struggled to turn its flying car prototypes into production-ready vehicles at an attainable price.
The wide-body Sino-Russian CR929 is not the only aircraft that China’s COMAC wants to use to challenge the Airbus-Boeing duopoly. With the medium-haul C919, the competition on the rising regional flight market will begin sooner than on the long-flights market.
The urgent need to address the challenges of climate change and China’s rapid urbanization involves both the private and public sectors. Projects are developed on the local scale but also planned nationally.
Alain Visser, chief executive of Lynk & Co International, has given interviews lately to the Western trade press. In a context of difficult Chinese car market, he reiterates his objective to expand the brand in Europe and the US with innovative ways of doing business.
On July 20, Hu Huazhi (胡华智) , the founder, chairman, and CEO of EHang, a pioneer in autonomous air mobility technology, was the first Chinese honouree for his achievements in the aviation industry at the Living Legends of Aviation Awards Europe in St. Wolfgang, Austria. We spoke with Huaxiang (Edward) Xu (徐华翔) , the company’s newly appointed chief strategy officer, who was previously head of Asia transportation research at Morgan Stanley Asia.
The Chinese economic magazine Cyzone (创业邦) has identified the six Chinese heritage brands with higher sales potential, in China and globally. A surge of nationalism and nostalgia, a taste for crossover products: the Chinese do not seem to be willing to abandon the brands that are part of their history. At the top of the class: Pechoin (百雀羚) or the resounding return of a sleeping beauty.
The Chinese economic magazine Cyzone (创业邦) has identified the six Chinese heritage brands with higher sales potential, in China and globally. A surge of nationalism and nostalgia, a taste for crossover products: the Chinese do not seem to be willing to abandon the brands that are part of their history. At the third place, Laoganma (老干妈) chili sauce had its moment of international glory at the New York fashion week.