DETROIT — The biggest challenge to China's automotive engineers today is absorbing new technology, Zhang Xingye, president of SAE China, says. Zhang made his remark in answer to a question posed to him during a private dinner given by the Detroit Chinese Business Assn. in honor of Zhang's 50-member delegation attending the recent International Society of Automotive Engineers' annual exposition in Detroit. “As everyone knows, since we opened the door to the world in the last 20 years, we ...
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