Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group is a Chinese state-owned joint stock holding company.
GAC, founded in June, 1997 and headquartered in Guangzhou, is an automobile group with complete domestic industrial chain. Listed on the HKEX on August 30, 2010, the company's major shareholders are Guangzhou Automotive Group Co., Ltd., HKSCC Nominees Ltd and Guangzhou Huiyin Tianyue PE Fund Management Co., Ltd. Rivals that have direct and indirect competition with GAC include SAIC, BAIC, GM, Toyota, etc.
GAC group released a new generation of microcrystalline technology, and the volume energy density of super energy iron lithium battery increased by 20%
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Brazil announced the reduction of import tariffs on a variety of goods
China Customs science and Technology Research Center announced the termination of the relevant projects with the park stone medical laboratory.
Financing and Investment Activities in China's Mobility Industry From 2012 to 2022
The volume of 10 stocks was significantly large, and the volume of transactions of Jingneng power was 8 times
Ruqi travel announced the completion of a round of financing of more than 1 billion yuan
GAC ea'an: the self-developed power battery trial production line was officially started
The second phase capacity expansion of gac-e'an plant was completed and put into operation
GAC group: in January, the automobile sales volume was about 237200, with a year-on-year increase of 9.16%
GAC group: the formal agreement on equity adjustment of GAC Fick has not been signed
Hyundai Motor will enter Japan's passenger car market again after 13 years
Sai Microelectronics: the pre profit in 2021 is 181 million to 221 million yuan
Shanxi Securities: the holding subsidiary was sued for LETV Securities Misrepresentation dispute, involving an amount of 4.571 billion yuan
Hong Kong stocks Tesla concept stocks rose, and BYD shares rose nearly 6%
Bureau of Statistics: in 2020, the added value of agriculture and related industries accounted for 16.47% of GDP