Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has given the thumbs down to trying to bring two giant pandas to the Motor City.
President Mark Schlissel will travel to China to build relationships with the leaders of Chinese partner institutions and strengthen relations with international alumni.
Another Chinese automaker is showing vehicles this year at the auto show in Detroit, raising the perennial question about when these companies might sell in the United States.
Gov. Rick Snyder has wrapped up a week-long trade mission to China and is returning to Michigan.
The governor says there’s “no better place” for Chinese companies to expand …
Retired Red Wings Hall of Famer defenseman Chris Chelios no longer laces up his skates to play for the Detroit.
Snyder will leave Michigan on Wednesday, and visit Shanghai, Beijing and three other cities before returning Nov. 26.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s upcoming fourth annual trip to China to coax the economic powerhouse’s companies to expand in Michigan won’t be cheap.
Local Chinese expert Tom Watkins joins a prestigious event Thursday that includes former President Jimmy Carter and U.S. Ambassador David Shinn to discuss the growing role of China and its impact on Michigan and the USA.
GM expects China to become the world’s largest luxury car market later this decade, and plans to introduce nine new Cadillacs there over the next five years.