China, Europe, and the Great Electric Vehicle Race
By Valeria Fappani and Blanca Marabini San Martín
Chinese EVs are gaining market share around the world, but Europe is putting on the brakes.
Chinese Cars Gain Traction in Latin America and the World
By Robert C. Thornett
Latin America is seeing a surge in sales of Chinese automobile brands – especially as the region’s EV transition heats up.
China’s EV Export Boom Is Bringing Southeast Asia Into Beijing’s Orbit
By Christopher Vassallo
Growing automobile trade with Southeast Asia has all the makings of a “circular” economy that will deepen regional integration.
The China Factor in Japan-South Korea Rapprochement
By Corey Lee Bell, Elena Collinson, and Xunpeng Shi
Long-running trade rivalries between the two nations are now being eclipsed by the common threat posed by China’s economic transformation.
How China and Japan are Competing Over Indonesia’s Car Industry
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Chinese carmakers are making quick inroads into Japan's long-standing dominance of the Indonesian auto market.
The US Is Falling Behind China in the Race for Electric Vehicles
By Dennis Blair and Robbie Diamond
Unless things change, and soon, Beijing will corner the market on the materials, components, and vehicles that will power the 21st century economy.
Can China’s Electric Car Industry Weather the COVID-19 Storm?
By Eleanor Albert
The booming industry faced headwinds even before the massive economic upheaval brought by the pandemic.
Now Is a Critical Stage for China’s New Energy Vehicles
By Zachary Torrey
With government subsidies being slashed, it’s time to see if the industry can stand on its own.
Do the Chinese Government’s Technology Transfer Policies Even Work?
By Fatih Oktay
The U.S. and China might be moving toward a trade war for no good reason.
Getting Energy Right in US China Policy
By Ashley Feng and Sagatom Saha
The U.S. energy sector will be central to any economic compromise or confrontation between Washington and Beijing.
China’s Impressive Auto Industry
By Sara Hsu
The country’s well-functioning auto sector is a bright spot in an otherwise slowing economy.