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Volvo plans to offer Uber with up to 24,000 self-driving cars

Uber plans to buy up to 24,000 self-driving cars from Volvo, marking the transition of the US firm from an app used to summon a taxi to the owner and operator of a fleet of cars.
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Trucks drivers may become obsolete, replaced by sensors, automatic controls

Commercial application of self-driving trucks is progressing perhaps more steadily than for autonomous passenger cars because they aren't subject to  vagaries of downtown traffic.
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Leave the driving to us, while you entertain yourself

Everyone talks about the coming era of self-driving cars. That's pie in the sky to many consumers, who are anxious to know how soon the concept will become reality on the streets.
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Car plate price exceeds 93,000 yuan again in November

Shanghai's car plate auction for November concluded this morning, with 226,911 people signing up for the auction of 11,002 car plates, making success rate standing at 4.8 percent.
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VW and partners to inject US$12b to produce NEVs

Volkswagen will invest more than 10 billion euros (US$12 billion) along with its partners in China to build new energy vehicles in the country, the company said yesterday.
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China's auto sales rise 2 percent in October

China's auto sales posted a slower growth in October compared with September amid weak market sentiment due to consumers' preference of buying in the rest of this year.
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New loan policies for car buyers

China yesterday announced new loan policies for car purchases, allowing buyers of new-energy vehicles to borrow a larger portion of the purchase price.
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City seeks 'zero-casualty' transport

A "Shanghai Declaration" that calls for more international cooperation on developing intelligent and connected vehicles was issued at a conference in the city yesterday.
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Dongfeng Renault Automotive aims to sell 400,000 units annually by 2022

Joint venture carmaker seeks to unveil nine models, including three electric vehicles, in next five years 
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Japan's Subaru to issue recall on cars checked by uncertified inspectors

Subaru Corp. said it would move to recall around 255,000 vehicles next week after it was revealed that final vehicle inspections had been carried out by uncertified staff.
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