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By Fred QianAug 09, 2021

Foreign direct investment into China, which hit a 15-year low in 2020, is back on track, and the country’s GDP has increased almost 13% YOY. Sales of traditional internal combustion automobiles are down significantly from a year ago, while electric ...

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By Fred QianJul 02, 2021

The carbon peak and carbon-neutrality strategies in China will bring unprecedented green investment demands and huge opportunities in the coming decades. To achieve the goal of carbon neutrality by 2060, it is estimated that $21 trillion ...

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By Peter R. EelmanJun 16, 2021

AMT international staff reported enthusiasm from attendees for all things manufacturing, from improvements in foundational manufacturing on an incremental scale to the radical innovations that enable our industry to take giant leaps.

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By Fred QianJun 07, 2021

China’s traditional auto production numbers remain impressive while the EV stats are eye-opening. Even well-known home appliance companies are getting in the game to become tier-one EV suppliers. Construction machinery sales grow thanks to ...

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By Fred QianMay 10, 2021

With a forecasted 8.1% GDP growth for 2021, China saw the first quarter GDP jump 18% YOY due to the low base of 2020. The manufacturing PMI has remained above 50 for more than a year and is expected to stay that way....

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By Edward ChristopherApr 12, 2021

The big news today is the opening of CIMT 2021 in Beijing. We have an AMT/USA pavilion at the show featuring 31 participating members. To celebrate, here are some real-time visuals of our first day at CIMT.  

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By Fred QianMar 15, 2021

In 2020, a year full of challenges, China’s GDP grew 2.3% and is expected to expand 6% in 2021. This year is off to an impressive start with auto production growing leaps and bounds. New energy vehicles (NEV), particularly EVs, showed a 286% YOY increase.

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By Fred QianFeb 15, 2021

As China takes a break this week to celebrate the new Year of the Ox, the news for the automotive sector, particularly new energy vehicles, continues to be overwhelmingly positive. The same can be said for construction equipment, as infrastructure...

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By Fred QianJan 18, 2021

This week’s submission focuses entirely on new energy vehicles (NEVs), notably EVs, and the remarkable growth, investments, and projections for this vertical industry in China. In November 2020, China produced 198,000 units of NEVs, the highest in...

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By Fred QianDec 11, 2020

China continues its extraordinary manufacturing growth despite the challenges of 2020. The PMI has remained above 50 for nine consecutive months. SAIC and BYD, two of China’s automotive manufacturers, are well ahead of 2019 sales. FDI into China...

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