As China's middle class continues to develop a taste for the finer things in life, automotive manufacturers are gearing up their opperations in the country. They're paying closer attention to the SUV market.
The South Korean government is considering banning from the roads any BMW vehicle that has not been subject to a recall safety check after more than 30 incidents in which cars caught fire. Julian Ryall reports.
China denied the screening of a new Winnie-the-Pooh film after Xi Jinping was compared to the cartoon bear, according to reports. The Winnie-the-Pooh character has increasingly become a symbol of resistance in China.
EU chief Juncker last week grandly promised US President Trump that Europe would buy more US soybeans and gas. In return the US would step back on car tariffs. But is the EU offering anything more than today's reality?
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has struck a deal with Shanghai officials to open the carmaker's first plant in China. It comes after Tesla hiked its car prices in China amid mounting trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.
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