|Bid||0.0000 x 0|
|Ask||0.0000 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.7600 - 0.7600|
|52 Week Range||0.5600 - 0.9000|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.68|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.52|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.04 (5.58%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Germany’s BMW has broken ground for a new factory to produce battery-powered Mini cars in China, forging ahead in its partnership with domestic manufacturer Great Wall Motor despite a slowdown in the world’s largest electric vehicle market. The partnership is the latest of several between Chinese and international automakers focusing on EV production in response to rapid growth in China’s new energy vehicles, or NEVs, a category that includes both hybrids and fully electric models. The partnership with Great Wall would help bring down costs for electrification, especially for smaller cars, BMW chief financial officer Nicolas Peter told the Financial Times.
BMW and its partner Great Wall Motor 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. The new joint venture Spotlight Automotive, will be based in Zhangjiagang near Shanghai and eventually employ 3,000 staff. Earlier this month, Great Wall gained domestic regulatory approval for the new plant.
China's Great Wall Motor has gained domestic regulatory approval to build a factory in China together with BMW, it said on Friday, paving the way for the German carmaker to develop and build a low-emission Mini. Since February 2018 BMW, which sells a little more than 2 million cars a year, and Chinese SUV manufacturer Great Wall, which sold around 1 million vehicles last year, have tried to share the costs of building a low-cost electric vehicle on a joint platform to be used by both brands, but the project ran into regulatory hurdles.
GUANGZHOU, China/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's top sport-utility vehicle maker Great Wall Motor aims to sell 300,000 of its premium brand WEY vehicles a year by 2025, its chairman said on Wednesday. The company aims to roll out the vehicles to Europe in 2021 and to North America in 2023, Wei Jianjun, chairman of Baoding-based Great Wall, said on the sidelines of the Guangzhou Autoshow. Great Wall has sold over 300,000 WEY-branded SUVs in the past 3 years.
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Chinese suppliers and manufacturers have stepped up their presence at the Frankfurt auto show, capitalising on a strong position in electric technologies forced on European carmakers by regulators seeking to curb pollution. Europe's automakers face multibillion-euro investments to develop electric and autonomous cars, forcing them to rely on Chinese companies for key technologies such as lithium ion battery cell production, an area where Asian suppliers dominate.
FRANKFURT/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Great Wall Motor may consider building car manufacturing facilities in the European Union once its sales there hit 50,000 units a year, its chairman said, as part of a push to seek growth in overseas markets. Great Wall, the top sport-utility vehicle and pickup truck maker in China, is now exploring sales and production in overseas markets to expand its global influence and seek higher profit, as growth in the world's largest auto market slows. The company plans to start selling WEY-branded SUVs to the European Union in two years, Chairman Wei Jianjun told Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of the Frankfurt auto show, referring to its more premium brand.
China's Great Wall Motor on Wednesday said that its joint venture with BMW faced regulatory uncertainties as both companies pledged to proceed with plans for developing a low-cost electric car. The regulatory questions are over whether the joint venture will be able to obtain the required approvals for building a joint factory, Great Wall said in a stock market filing made in response to media reports that the alliance was in trouble. Since February 2018 BMW and Great Wall have worked on plans to build a low-cost electric vehicle on a joint platform which BMW would use for the Mini brand and Great Wall would use for its own brand.
MOSCOW , June 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Haval SUV ("Haval"), China's leading SUV brand, has unveiled its completed factory in Tula, Russia and presented Haval F7 - the first rolled-off SUV from ...