For years, American consumers have been wondering just when they would witness the arrival of ultralow-priced Chinese cars. Turns out, maybe never. Chinese automakers plan to compete in America -- but not on price as the Japanese and Koreans did before them. Instead, they will market quality vehicles with above-average stickers. Pictured: Michael Dunne is president of Dunne Automotive.
SHANGHAI -- Who has the clout to make China's government reconsider its environmental policies? As much as he might huff and puff over fair trade, it isn't Donald Trump, the China basher who became the 45th U.S. president last week. Instead it is Michael Clauss, Germany's ambassador to China and a vocal critic of China's EV policies. Pictured: Yang Jian is managing editor of Automotive News China.