BAIC is preparing to set up a “new energy car production base” by the end of June.
Project aims to reduce electricity costs, greenhouse gas emissions by 77%.
Automaker trying to reduce inventory on dealer lots.
Union says carmaker would recognize UAW as member representative if it dropped a challenge on the outcome of an election.
Manufacturing facility will produce up to 200,000 vehicles annually for the African and Middle East markets.
Dealers sue for $750 million; claim with more time they’d have received a better deal.
Automaker says it’s decision to move to a Dallas suburb was about much more than state incentives.
Despite sales gains, the automaker lost money on changes related to its merger with Fiat SpA.
The automaker has delivered its first eight all-electric sedans to customers in China.
It has surpassed Japan as the second largest exporter, expects to pass Canada in 2015.
The 6-square-mile “mega site” ideally is suited for a new auto assembly plant.
Automaker says it will export utility vehicle to more than 60 countries.
Sets ambitious target to sell more than 10 million vehicles in 2014.
$1.3 billion investment brings automaker’s total spending on US manufacturing plants to $2.8 billion in 2013.
Dan Akerson says taxpayers would have had to pick up the company’s $26 billion pension obligation if the automaker went under.