CnEVPost Newsletter: Delisting fears, what you need to know
Why does delisting risk matter even if NIO, XPeng and Li Auto have dual listings? - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Deutsche Bank analyst Edison Yu's team offers the best explanation we've seen.
US-listed Chinese firms plunge as delisting fears come back into play, CSRC responds - CnEVPost The CSRC said it respects regulation by foreign regulators, but firmly opposes the approach of some forces to politicize securities regulation.
China, US expected to reach consensus on audit regulatory cooperation soon, report says - CnEVPost The dialogue and consultation between Chinese and US regulators on regulatory cooperation on auditing are progressing well, and both sides have demonstrated their sincerity in being willing to solve problems, local media said.
Li Auto establishes venture capital subsidiary after NIO - CnEVPost Li Auto's subsidiary engaged in venture capital was established on March 4 with a registered capital of RMB 600 million.
BYD's $2.37 billion Hefei plant expected to see first vehicle roll off line in June - CnEVPost Construction of the project began on August 28 last year, and the main plant has largely been topped out, with some plants already starting to install equipment.
Premium Chinese EV brand HiPhi sells 355 units in Feb, down 35% from Jan - CnEVPost That was higher than the 214 units of the Mercedes-Benz EQC, 83 units of the Audi e-tron and 48 units of the BMW iX.
Chinese EV startup Niutron to launch its first model on March 31 - CnEVPost Niutron is currently gearing up for the model's launch and has opened a flash store in Beijing with a show car in the store.
China sells 334,000 NEVs in Feb, up 184% year-on-year, CAAM data show - CnEVPost February sales of pure electric passenger cars were 246,000 units, up 154.5 percent year-on-year, while sales of plug-in hybrids were 75,000 units, up 338.6 percent year-on-year.
China's Feb power battery installations rise 145% year-on-year to 13.7 GWh - CnEVPost LFP battery installations in China led ternary batteries for the eighth consecutive month.
CATL's market share in China drops to 48.02% in Feb - CnEVPost CATL's battery installations in China in February were 6.57 GWh, accounting for 48.02 percent market share, down from 50.24 percent in January.