Great Wall Motors
Great Wall Motors was formed in 1976 and is named after the Great Wall of China. As of 2010, it is China's largest SUV producer, and as of 2011 it was China’s 10th largest automaker in terms of units produced.
Outside the headquarters of one of the mainland's largest carmakers stand two engraved pillars, one listing the company's failures, the other employees who gave in to corruption.Saturday, 4 October, 2014, 4:46am
Shares in Great Wall Motors slumped 8.9 per cent on their Shanghai trading debut yesterday amid cooling investor sentiment towards domestic initial public offerings.29 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Great Wall Motors aims to raise as much as 4.26 billion yuan (HK$5.2 billion) from its impending Shanghai A-share public offering.
Yesterday, the mainland's largest sport utility vehicle (SUV) and pickup truck maker said it would sell 304.2 million shares at 13 yuan to 14 yuan each, representing 11.12 per cent of its existing share capital.17 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Great Wall Motors, the mainland's largest homegrown manufacturer of sport utility vehicles, will kick off an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange next week that is expected to raise 3.17 billion yuan (HK$3.87 billion).3 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Shares in Hebei-based Great Wall Motors rose 3.2 per cent yesterday after the carmarker finally filed a listing document to Beijing regulators for its long-planned Shanghai share sale.2 Aug 2011 - 12:00am