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About Li Auto Company
Li Auto, Inc. is a holding company, which engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of electric vehicles. Its product, Li ONE, is a large electric sport utility vehicle equipped with a range extension system and smart vehicle solutions. The company was founded by Xiang Li in April 2015 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
Trends in Beishui | Beishui sold a net purchase of more than 1,721 billion shares, and auto stocks were sold off again after being increased in stock performance
In the Hong Kong stock market on November 30, Beishui had net purchases of HK$1,721 million, of which Hong Kong Stock Connect (Shanghai) transactions had net purchases of HK$1,199 million and Hong Kong Stock Connect (Shenzhen) transactions with net purchases of HK$523 million.
Hong Kong stocks closed (11.30) | Hang Seng Index closed up 0.29%, electricity stocks, education stocks performed strongly, auto stocks continued to decline
Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index opened down 0.05%. After opening slightly lower in early trading, the Hang Seng Index briefly climbed higher and turned red, but then fell back. Since then, it has been weak and volatile throughout the day, and the Hang Seng Index has been rising again in the afternoon.
Direct impact of changes | Automobile stocks continued to decline. Passenger car sales fell 12% month-on-month in November, and intelligence intensified industry competition
As of press release, Ideal Auto declined 3.61% to HK$147, trading HK$335 million; Xiaopeng Motor declined 3.47% to HK$65.3 million, with a transaction value of US$218 million.
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BYD Semiconductor completed the first phase of a power device and sensor-control device research and manufacturing project in Shaoxing, Zhejiang province in eastern China, the city's government said in an announcement today.
The project, with a total investment of RMB 10 billion yuan (USD1.4 billion), covers 417 mu (278,000 square metres) of land.
The project will have an annual production capaci...