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The Harbin Hafei Automobile Industry Group Co Ltd (simplified Chinese: 哈飞汽车) is a Chinese holding company whose subsidiaries make minivans, small motor vehicles and automobile engines.[1] Subsidiaries include the auto-making Hafei Motor Co Ltd,[2] and the engine maker Harbin Dongan Auto Engine Co (SSE: 600178), which is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.[3]

Hafei branded cars may be rare outside of their home region of north-eastern China.[4]

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History

Hafei centre in Chile

Hafei was formerly owned by Aviation Industry Corporation of China.[5] But prompted by Chinese state policy to encourage consolidation of automakers, in 2009 the state-run parent of Chongqing Changan Automobile (SZSE: 000625) took over most Hafei-related assets,[5][6] including Harbin Hafei Automobile Industry Group and Harbin Dongan Auto Engine (SSE: 600178).[5]

As of 2009, the company has exported products to a total of 40 nations,[1] including Russia.[7]

Products

Products include:

Production bases

Hafei has production facilities in northern China.[12]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Brief Introduction to HF Automobile Group Hafei Official Site
  2. ^ Hafei Motor Co., Ltd. businessweek.com
  3. ^ Dongfeng Motor eyes Hafei and engine maker-source reuters.com, Fri Jan 25, 2008 5:27am EST
  4. ^ Hafei working on pure electric vehicle chinacartimes.com, 9 JANUARY 2009
  5. ^ a b c UPDATE 2-Changan Auto claims China's No.3 spot with AVIC deal reuters.com, Tue Nov 10, 2009 4:55am EST
  6. ^ New policy to encourage China's carmaker consolidation xinhuanet.com, 2010-02-22 10:27:20
  7. ^ Weiwei, Wang (31 August 2007). "Domestic auto makers foray into overseas market". China Economic Net. http://en.ce.cn/Insight/200708/31/t20070831_12750349.shtml. Retrieved 2009-08-06. 
  8. ^ a b c Hafei believes it can sell 270,000 motors in 08 chinacartimes.com, 9 JANUARY 2008
  9. ^ ABOUT HAFEI (SINGAPORE) Hafei Singapore Official Site
  10. ^ a b c ABOUT HAFEI (CHINA) Hafei Singapore Official Site
  11. ^ Brian Pao (2009-06-04). "California-based Coda Automotive to sell rebadged Hafei Saibao III as electric sedan". CarKetchup. http://carketchup.com/?p=24. Retrieved 2010-02-27. 
  12. ^ Another China Merger? Dongfeng May Acquire Hafei insideline.com, Jan 28, 2008

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