Greatly reducing the pollution of Hong Kong's roadside air is as easy as replacing the fleet of ageing diesel buses with electric ones. The solution is as near as Shenzhen, where a leading...
BYD Co makes rechargeable batteries and cars in Shenzhen in Guangdong province. Founded in February 1995, and listed in Hong Kong in 2002, the origin of the company’s name is uncertain, with some saying it could simply be an acronym based on its Chinese name or from the phrase “build your dreams”. BYD’s profile was raised in 2008 when a unit of billionaire Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway invested about US$230 million in BYD.
Shenzhen police have arrested a university student suspected of helping a drunk driver flee the scene of a crash on May 26 that caused an electric taxi to catch fire, killing the three people...
BYD expects its car sales to jump more than 10 per cent this year, although overall profit may plunge by up to 95 per cent in the first quarter.
Investment expert Warren Buffett will try to woo Lunar New Year audiences on the mainland, not with advice on stocks but with his musical talent, state media reported yesterday.
Mainland carmaker BYD Automobile is hoping its new e6 electric car, which went on sale in Shenzhen yesterday, will help steer a turnaround in the company's fortunes.
Car and battery maker BYD (1211) has had a tough year. Last week alone, its share price fell 20 per cent last week after the firm announced an 88.63 per cent drop in first-half profit, year on...
Warren Buffett-backed carmaker BYD said yesterday that it would tap the markets for new funds for the third time in five months, announcing plans to issue up to six billion yuan (HK$7.32 billion...
Warren Buffett-backed carmaker BYD's Shenzhen stock market listing will raise 35 per cent less than the maximum amount it originally sought.
BYD, the Hong Kong-listed mainland car and battery maker backed by US billionaire investor Warren Buffett, has applied to issue up to 79 million shares in Shenzhen.
Shares in Jia Sheng Holdings surged as much as 49 per cent yesterday after the company said it planned to acquire a mainland lithium battery company for HK$2.75 billion.
BYD profit drops 7pc on slowing economy and material costs
Shares of BYD, the biggest maker of rechargeable batteries on the mainland, yesterday rose 10.14 per cent to close at HK$13.90 after a better than expected full-year result.