Wang Fengying was born Oct. 1970, in Baoding in Hebei province in the north of China.
In 1991, Wang earned a bachelor’s degree from the Tianjin Institute of Finance, followed by a M.Sc. (majoring Finance) in 1999.
Wang joined Great Wall Motor in 1991, aged 21. In 2003, she became the chief executive (CEO) of Great Wall Motor.
In 2017, she was assessed as being the 62nd most powerful woman in the world by Forbes. In March 2018, speaking to the National People’s Congress, she presented her views about the Great Wall Motor’s aim to double their vehicle sales by 2025 to 2 million units annually, helped by the push from increased electric and hybrid plug-in car production.
Hoạt động và sự nghiệp
- Until recently, “Made in China” was rarely a stamp you saw on cars outside that country.
- Wang’s Great Wall Motor is starting to change that with its growing global car business.
- The automaker plans to enter the India market in 2020-2021.
- In July 2018, BMW and Great Wall announced a partnership to produce electric MINI vehicles in China.
- In July 2018, the company had to rethink its plans for its U.S. business, after President Trump announced a 25% tariff on Chinese car exports.