• Теги
    • избранные теги
    • Компании617
      • Показать ещё
      Страны / Регионы229
      • Показать ещё
      Разное194
      • Показать ещё
      Люди19
      • Показать ещё
      Показатели10
      Формат7
      Издания8
      Сферы1
      Международные организации9
22 марта, 19:01

Geely sees biggest profit rise

CHINA’S Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd posted its biggest profit growth in eight years yesterday, as improved product design and engineering following its 2010 purchase of Sweden’s Volvo helped propel

20 марта, 19:01

SUV-only automaker looks to global growth

Wei Jianjun is the chief matchmaker in China’s love affair with the SUV. A decade ago, the chairman of Great Wall Motors Ltd saw opportunity as the bulky vehicles began shedding their image in China

Выбор редакции
20 марта, 16:43

Will the New Casino on Vegas Strip Steal Share from Rivals?

The newest addition to the Las Vegas Strip, The Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino (opened on Nov 19, 2016), has already started making waves in the casino scene there

Выбор редакции
20 марта, 05:11

BYD Supplier Becomes New China Billionaire

Kedali has benefit from growing sales of new energy vehicles

Выбор редакции
15 марта, 21:03

Китайская BYD обошла Теслу по количеству проданных электромобилей, но еще пока не по выручке

Согласно отчету Bloomberg, китайская компания обошла Tesla, продав почти на 30 тысяч электромобилей больше. Впрочем, корпорация Илона Маска получила гораздо большую выручку, к тому же автомобили Tesla продавались по всему миру, а электрокары от BYD - только в Китае, пишет Greentech Media.BYD поставила покупателям в прошлом году 102 500 электрических автомобилей, у Tesla показатель - 75 000. При этом выручка китайского автопроизводителя за счет продажи электрокаров составила $3,88 млрд, а у Tesla - $6,88 млрд. Самыми продаваемыми моделями электромобилей в мире стали Tesla Model S, затем Nissan Leaf и BYD Tang. В топ-10 вошла и другая модель Tesla - Model X. У BYD там еще два экземпляра: Qin PHEV и E6. В разных регионах различные лидеры продаж. Логично, что в Китае - это BYD, но Tesla только недавно вышла на китайский рынок. И уже за это время продажи в этой стране принесли ей $1 млрд. В свою очередь китайская компания продает свои электромобили только в Китае. Tesla - едва ли не единственный производитель электрокаров, который поставляет свою продукцию практически во все регионы мира. У конкурентов рынок географически ограничен: Volt от GM продается в основном в Северной Америке. Mitsubishi Outlander и Renault Zoe - только в Европе. ​Всего в мире в 2016 году было продано 700 000 электромобилей. BYD и Tesla принадлежит соответственно 15% и 11% рынка в натуральном выражении. При этом, всего в мире за прошлый год было продано 88 млн легковых автомобилей. Видно, что на электрокары приходится менее 1% продаж. Рынок электромобилей только зарождается и в ближайшее время его ожидает немало изменений. Индустрия ждет в первую очередь Tesla Model 3 по цене $35 000, которая позволит ей конкурировать с более дешевыми моделями. Volkswagen пообещала выпустить 30 новых электромобилей к 2025 году, а Ford - 13 моделей в течение следующих 5 лет.(https://hightech.fm/2017/...)

15 марта, 17:23

Tesla может построить солнечную электростанцию в Чернобыле

Премьер-министр Украины Владимир Гройсман поддержал идею строительства в Чернобыле системы сохранения солнечной энергии с помощью батарей Powerwall 2. Так представитель Украины отреагировал в сети Twitter на готовность основателя Tesla Илона Маска внедрять свои солнечные батареи по всему миру.Глава Tesla пообещал в ближайшее время разместить на официальном сайте компании детальную информацию о проекте по накоплению солнечной энергии с помощью Powerwall 2. Владимир Гройсман заявил о готовности Украины внедрять новые технологии и призвал Илона Маска к обсуждению деталей сотрудничества.Будет ли Украина вести переговоры о реализации проекта — неизвестно. По данным Electrek, конкурентом в строительстве солнечных батарей на Украине для Tesla может стать китайская автокомпания BYD. Поводом для обсуждения строительства солнечной станции Tesla на Украине стало пари между Илоном Маском и правительством Австралии. Бизнесмен пообещал в течение 100 дней построить и запустить хранилище солнечной энергии для того, чтобы у жителей Южной Австралии не возникало перебоев с электроэнергией. Если Tesla не уложится в 100-дневный срок, то Австралия получит всю систему бесплатно.

Выбор редакции
12 марта, 19:19

Stop Dreaming, Sell BYD, Noted China Analyst Urges

“When any company fails so miserably in all existing business segments, investors need to be extra cautious about the management’s promises for the future,” says Junheng Li of JL Warren

Выбор редакции
Выбор редакции
07 марта, 01:16

Gambling Stock Roundup: Macau Sales Rise Again in February, Nevada Thrives in January

It seems that the worst is over for Macau as the gambling industry is showing clear signs of stabilization.

01 марта, 19:32

How Trump's China Policy Can Put Americans First

When R. Rex Parris, the Republican mayor of Lancaster, California, wanted to revamp local manufacturing and move his city toward renewable energy, he turned to an unlikely ally: China. Lancaster is a working-class desert town north of Los Angeles ― not exactly a bustling center of global commerce. But Parris cajoled the Chinese electric vehicle company BYD into building a local factory for electric buses. To court the firm, Parris made multiple trips to China, cut down the city’s lengthy permitting process and directly matched BYD with an RV factory in search of a new owner. The refurbished BYD bus factory now employs hundreds of welders, painters and engineers, and Lancaster is on its way to an entirely electric and locally built fleet of city buses, made possible by Chinese investment. Last fall, the company broke ground on the third phase of the factory, which will add tens of thousands of square feet of new production space. Mayor Parris’s China outreach stands in stark contrast to the nativist and protectionist rhetoric coming out of the White House. President Donald Trump has argued for a blanket 45 percent tariff on imports from China. He believes this will push American companies manufacturing in China to move factories and jobs back to the U.S. ― or at least scare Chinese leaders into other concessions. But in actuality, a border tax would backfire. Companies would duck tariffs by moving to Southeast Asia, and prices for everyday goods would rise for Americans. Instead of putting the kibosh on free trade, Trump should take inspiration for U.S.-China policy from local leaders like Parris. Right now, entrepreneurial American mayors are doing the grunt work to capitalize on a massive boom in Chinese outbound investment, tourism and immigration. They’re traveling to China to promote land for development, businesses for investment and cities for tourism. Part pitchmen and part policymakers, mayors have the incentives and the flexibility needed to entice Chinese investors. In a small town, every new storefront counts, and mayors are free from the paralyzing weight of global geopolitical machinations. They don’t lose sleep over the South China Sea or issue provocative statements about Taiwan. Their careers ride on getting things done in their jurisdiction: creating jobs, housing, safe streets and good schools. A recent wave of outbound Chinese citizens and capital is helping them do just that. In 2016, Chinese acquisitions and investments in U.S. companies tripled to $45.6 billion. Chinese families purchased U.S. homes worth $27.3 billion ― greater than the next four countries combined. In the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Miami and beyond, Chinese developers are funding very large real estate developments on land that previously lay fallow for years; the Bay Area developments include some affordable housing. Chinese tourism to the U.S. grew by nearly 15 percent in 2016, to 3 million visitors, with each spending an average of $2,500 on shopping, restaurants and hotels. Last year, a record-breaking 330,000 Chinese students ― many of them paying full tuition ― enrolled at American colleges that have been gutted by funding cuts. Entrepreneurial American mayors are doing the grunt work to capitalize on a massive boom in Chinese investment and immigration. Mayors aren’t alone in pushing this hyper-localization of U.S.-China relations. Working alongside them are proactive governors, county supervisors, university presidents and environmental regulators, all reaching out to Chinese counterparts in search of investment and cooperation that will make an impact on the ground. These grassroots ties are knocking the Sino-U.S. narrative down from the pedestal of great power politics. The engine room of the relationship has moved from the Politburo to PTA meetings, from the White House to City Hall. But when international relations mix with neighborhood politics, the results can be volatile. China’s growing footprint on U.S. soil is already generating anxiety among Americans. As Chinese all-cash homebuyers snap up properties, longtime renters fear being priced out of their own neighborhoods. Surging enrollment of Chinese students at public universities has sparked criticism from locals that admission is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Chinese investors have ruffled feathers from Alabama to San Francisco for injecting a heavy dose of Chinese culture into the workplace or failing to understand local laws. Parris’s own ambitions haven’t been free from controversy. Shortly after BYD opened its electric bus factory, locals lashed out at his next China plan: subsidizing an underfunded local hospital by bringing in Chinese “birth tourists,” wealthy women who get U.S. citizenship for their child by giving birth on American soil. When word of Parris’ plan got out, local papers filled with a cartoon of Chinese soldiers goose-stepping into Lancaster, Mao’s Little Red Book in one hand and newborn babies in the other. Parris was forced to abandon the plan. The engine room of the U.S.-China relationship has moved from the White House to City Hall. Then BYD ran into its own problems when a raid by the California labor commissioner led to accusations that the company was paying Chinese workers below minimum wage. Local union activists protested outside BYD’s Los Angeles headquarters, decrying the city’s courtship of the company. The labor commissioner later dropped nearly all the charges, but the public relations debacle exposed both how unprepared some Chinese companies are for American civil society and how deep suspicion of foreign investors can run.  China’s presence in America comes with frictions. Chinese factories are creating jobs in manufacturing towns, but they’re also rubbing up against labor standards. Tuition from Chinese students is keeping some public universities afloat, but it’s also heightening competition for spots at those schools. Chinese developers are kickstarting stagnant real estate projects, but Chinese homebuyers are driving up prices in those same neighborhoods. These thorny tradeoffs are best dealt with on a local level by mayors embedded in their communities and responsive to their constituents’ needs. Mayors know that working Americans care more about jobs and housing than posturing on trade or territorial claims in distant seas. If Trump wants to put Americans first when it comes to China, he can start by letting America’s mayors take the lead. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

01 марта, 19:32

How Trump's China Policy Can Put Americans First

When R. Rex Parris, the Republican mayor of Lancaster, California, wanted to revamp local manufacturing and move his city toward renewable energy, he turned to an unlikely ally: China. Lancaster is a working-class desert town north of Los Angeles ― not exactly a bustling center of global commerce. But Parris cajoled the Chinese electric vehicle company BYD into building a local factory for electric buses. To court the firm, Parris made multiple trips to China, cut down the city’s lengthy permitting process and directly matched BYD with an RV factory in search of a new owner. The refurbished BYD bus factory now employs hundreds of welders, painters and engineers, and Lancaster is on its way to an entirely electric and locally built fleet of city buses, made possible by Chinese investment. Last fall, the company broke ground on the third phase of the factory, which will add tens of thousands of square feet of new production space. Mayor Parris’s China outreach stands in stark contrast to the nativist and protectionist rhetoric coming out of the White House. President Donald Trump has argued for a blanket 45 percent tariff on imports from China. He believes this will push American companies manufacturing in China to move factories and jobs back to the U.S. ― or at least scare Chinese leaders into other concessions. But in actuality, a border tax would backfire. Companies would duck tariffs by moving to Southeast Asia, and prices for everyday goods would rise for Americans. Instead of putting the kibosh on free trade, Trump should take inspiration for U.S.-China policy from local leaders like Parris. Right now, entrepreneurial American mayors are doing the grunt work to capitalize on a massive boom in Chinese outbound investment, tourism and immigration. They’re traveling to China to promote land for development, businesses for investment and cities for tourism. Part pitchmen and part policymakers, mayors have the incentives and the flexibility needed to entice Chinese investors. In a small town, every new storefront counts, and mayors are free from the paralyzing weight of global geopolitical machinations. They don’t lose sleep over the South China Sea or issue provocative statements about Taiwan. Their careers ride on getting things done in their jurisdiction: creating jobs, housing, safe streets and good schools. A recent wave of outbound Chinese citizens and capital is helping them do just that. In 2016, Chinese acquisitions and investments in U.S. companies tripled to $45.6 billion. Chinese families purchased U.S. homes worth $27.3 billion ― greater than the next four countries combined. In the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Miami and beyond, Chinese developers are funding very large real estate developments on land that previously lay fallow for years; the Bay Area developments include some affordable housing. Chinese tourism to the U.S. grew by nearly 15 percent in 2016, to 3 million visitors, with each spending an average of $2,500 on shopping, restaurants and hotels. Last year, a record-breaking 330,000 Chinese students ― many of them paying full tuition ― enrolled at American colleges that have been gutted by funding cuts. Entrepreneurial American mayors are doing the grunt work to capitalize on a massive boom in Chinese investment and immigration. Mayors aren’t alone in pushing this hyper-localization of U.S.-China relations. Working alongside them are proactive governors, county supervisors, university presidents and environmental regulators, all reaching out to Chinese counterparts in search of investment and cooperation that will make an impact on the ground. These grassroots ties are knocking the Sino-U.S. narrative down from the pedestal of great power politics. The engine room of the relationship has moved from the Politburo to PTA meetings, from the White House to City Hall. But when international relations mix with neighborhood politics, the results can be volatile. China’s growing footprint on U.S. soil is already generating anxiety among Americans. As Chinese all-cash homebuyers snap up properties, longtime renters fear being priced out of their own neighborhoods. Surging enrollment of Chinese students at public universities has sparked criticism from locals that admission is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Chinese investors have ruffled feathers from Alabama to San Francisco for injecting a heavy dose of Chinese culture into the workplace or failing to understand local laws. Parris’s own ambitions haven’t been free from controversy. Shortly after BYD opened its electric bus factory, locals lashed out at his next China plan: subsidizing an underfunded local hospital by bringing in Chinese “birth tourists,” wealthy women who get U.S. citizenship for their child by giving birth on American soil. When word of Parris’ plan got out, local papers filled with a cartoon of Chinese soldiers goose-stepping into Lancaster, Mao’s Little Red Book in one hand and newborn babies in the other. Parris was forced to abandon the plan. The engine room of the U.S.-China relationship has moved from the White House to City Hall. Then BYD ran into its own problems when a raid by the California labor commissioner led to accusations that the company was paying Chinese workers below minimum wage. Local union activists protested outside BYD’s Los Angeles headquarters, decrying the city’s courtship of the company. The labor commissioner later dropped nearly all the charges, but the public relations debacle exposed both how unprepared some Chinese companies are for American civil society and how deep suspicion of foreign investors can run.  China’s presence in America comes with frictions. Chinese factories are creating jobs in manufacturing towns, but they’re also rubbing up against labor standards. Tuition from Chinese students is keeping some public universities afloat, but it’s also heightening competition for spots at those schools. Chinese developers are kickstarting stagnant real estate projects, but Chinese homebuyers are driving up prices in those same neighborhoods. These thorny tradeoffs are best dealt with on a local level by mayors embedded in their communities and responsive to their constituents’ needs. Mayors know that working Americans care more about jobs and housing than posturing on trade or territorial claims in distant seas. If Trump wants to put Americans first when it comes to China, he can start by letting America’s mayors take the lead. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Выбор редакции
Выбор редакции
28 февраля, 01:50

Gambling Stock Roundup: Monarch Casino, Pinnacle Entertainment & Isle of Capri Casinos' Earnings

The gambling industry's focus was on earnings releases last week.

Выбор редакции
24 февраля, 09:04

Trading Places

Trading Places

23 февраля, 17:19

Продажи электромобилей итоги 2016 года. В продолжение про Теслу.

Небольшая справка. HEV - hybrid electric vehicle — дополнительный электромотор, заряжается при движении авто на двс, не заряжается от сети. PHEV — plug-in hybrid electric vehicles — ( гибриды в тексте) — тоже самое, но может заряжаться от сети. EV - electric vehicles — чистые электроавто. FCV — fuel cells vehicles —  автомобили на топливных ячейках. Объемы реализации электроавтомобилей практически утроились с 2013 года и, учитывая рост за последний год в 42%, к 2030 каждые 8 из 10 возможно будут в той или иной степени электрическими. Глобально доля рынка пока 0.86%, но на некоторых рынках она уже во множество раз больше: в Норвегии 24% в 16 году, в Голландии 5%, в Швеции 3.2%.Но тем не менее, влияние на общий парк транспортных средств пока еще сложно заметить в большинстве стран. Количество автомобилей и грузовиков с ДВС в мире достигло 1.4 млрд, тогда как электромобилей 2 миллиона из них(0,0014%). Продажи по регионам Китай — данные только по легковым электромобилям без коммерческих, которых еще около 160 тысяч, в основном электробусов. Китайское правительство очень серьезно настроено в борьбе с выхлопными газами, смогом и пробками.Поставлена цель довести долю электроавто до 10% в продажах новых автомобилей к 2020 году. Несмотря на это, продажи декабря, обычно самые высокие за год, оказались ниже ожидаемых. Как итог — рост китайского рынка на 85%. США восстановились после падения в 2015 году(в размере 4%) и показали рост в 36% год к году. Неплохими оказались продажи в 3 и 4 квартале, с ростом 61% и 43% к 2015 году. Январь же 2017 оказался на 70% выше января 2016 года. Европа, не удалось повторить рост прошлого года в 99% процентов, несмотря на то, что большинство рынков хорошо себя показали, изменение политики субсидий( да да карл, субсидий) в Голландии для плагин гибридов и в Дании для чистых электроавто сделало общую картину более мрачной. По итогам года рост европейского рынка оказался всего 13%, особенно блекло выглядели результаты 4 квартала 2016 на фоне бума 4 квартала 2015 года. Производители. BYD лидер в Китае по  гибридам с долей в продажах в 30%. Благодаря своим двум гибридам(Qin, Tang) и чистых электроавто(EV300, e5, e6, Denza), BYD достиг 102 500 проданных авто, став самым крупным в мире производителем легковых электромашин.  VW с ростом продаж в 7% уступил вторую позицию Тесле. Тесла выросла с 4 до 2 места, благодаря запуску Тесла модель Х, проданных в количестве 25 000 штук и обеспечивших рост на 52% к 2015 году. БМВ заняла 4 строчку, увеличив продажи за счет внедрения плагин моделей в большинство производимых модельных линеек. Тойота предлагает гибриды с заряжаемыми от двигателя батареями и варианты с топливными ячейками. За 2016 год было продано около 1.3 миллиона таких автомобилей, что составило 70% годовых продаж аналогичных авто по всему миру. Также было продано 2040 Miraj на топливных ячейках — 90% от всех проданных за 2016 год в мире. По моделям.Тесла модель S пока еще лидер по продажам как в общем, так и только по чистым электроавто. Но рост год к году всего 2%(при росте рынка в 36% в США) и 4 квартал с падением 24%(при росте рынка на 43% в США). Очень близко к ней подобрался Ниссан Лиф, с ростом за год в 7%. А если учесть еще 1900 проданных машин Venucia(тот же Лиф, только под маркой Dongfeng), именно Лиф стал №1 среди чисто электрических авто в 2016 году.Топ-30 моделей китайские бренды кстати занимают порядка 45% объема. Для сравнения доля Теслы — 13%. Также, 12 из 30 моделей топа — чисто электрические китайцы, и 15 из 30 — с учетом плагин гибридов. Прогноз на 2017 год Результаты 2016 года оказались ниже ожидаемых, в основном из-за снижения темпов в Китае. И сейчас есть некоторая неуверенность в результатах 2017 года — как рынок Китая и производители отреагируют на серьезное уменьшение субсидирования покупок электроавто. С другой стороны влияние окажут также поставки новых, более доступных моделей с большим запасом хода, чистых электроавто — Шеви вольт 2 поколения, нового Ниссан Лиф и Тесла модель 3.www.ev-volumes.com

Выбор редакции
22 февраля, 01:47

Gambling Stock Roundup: Earnings for MGM, BYD, MPEL and More

The gambling industry's focus was on fourth-quarter 2016 earnings last week.

20 февраля, 10:32

Швеция: Вооруженные силы возобновляют контакты с Россией на уровне атташе

Вооруженные силы Швеции вновь возобновляют контакты с Россией на уровне военных атташе в Москве и Стокгольме. Это стало известно за несколько дней до визита Маргот Вальстрём (Margot Wallström) в Москву. Решение было принято главнокомандующим Микаэлем Бюденом (Micael Bydén) по итогам консультаций с министерством обороны.

17 февраля, 22:48

China Leading the Charge for Lithium-Ion Megafactories

China's li-ion battery production capacity will soon be 6x what it is today - and one of these megafactories may even be bigger than Tesla's famous Gigafactory. The post China Leading the Charge for Lithium-Ion Megafactories appeared first on Visual Capitalist.

Выбор редакции
08 февраля, 09:08

Fear of Highs

Fear of Highs