It’s no secret mainland motorists have a healthy appetite for luxury cars, and Hongqi is finally getting serious.
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The company’s sedan-heavy lineup has tanked as consumers favor SUVs for their higher ride and roomier interiors.
More travelers are booking leisure and business trips via mobile devices and computers.
Nearly 80 percent of affluent Asian consumers plan to increase spending on travel, according to a new report from Agility Monitor.
Auto Remarketing discussed the results of a recent study that anticipates global annual sales of almost 21 million driverless vehicles by 2035.
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Industries ranging from planemakers to hotels to luggage companies are clamoring for a foothold in the massive new market.
Chinese travelers spent an estimated $291.2 billion in 2015, compared to an estimated $290.2 billion spent by Americans.
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How did an Excalibur Series V Gran Limousine end up in the mountains to the far north of the capital Beijing?
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More consumption among China’s middle class and the spread of domestic flights have pushed up its business travel market.
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