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Half-price Prada, discounted Louis Vuitton and cut-price Chanel - thanks to the rise of platforms selling secondhand goods in China, luxury brands are no longer out of reach.

 

Backed by a list of stellar investors, T3 - an emerging car-hailing app - was launched on July 22 in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, where it's headquartered. Involving three State-owned Chinese carmakers - FAW Group, Dongfeng Motor and Changan Automobile, Alibaba and Tencent, T3 is set to become another challenger in China's ride-hailing market.

 

Four of China's leading property developers have teamed up with the State Grid in setting up new-energy vehicles charging poles for some 8.7 million households.

 

A smart electric vehicle on the Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit system completed its first overseas trial run in Doha, Qatar last Wednesday, according to the CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Institute.

 

A vehicle from the Chinese brand King Long will become the first natural gas bus to join capital Santiago's public transport system, the Chilean Ministry of Transportation and Communications said Saturday.

 

Good ride quality and less onboard smell may prove to be good selling points for new vehicles in China, the world's largest auto market, according to a recent evaluation survey.The survey, initiated by the China Automotive Technology and Research Center in 2018, included 41 models on the market as of the end of July.

 

Chinese fund management companies should ride the boom of pension fund-of-funds providers and work closely to develop more exchange-traded fund products for longer-term retail wealth, according to a new survey.



Source:Globaltimes, Xinhuanet, Chinadaily, Shine, Gdtoday,China Plus News

Author: Producer Emilio Mendez

Speaker: Caroline Parraguez

Edition: EAcham

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