JILIN CITY, China, June 17, 2024 — Chijet Motor Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: CJET) (the “Company” or “Chijet”), a high-tech enterprise focused on the development, manufacture, sales, and service of traditional fuel vehicles and new energy vehicles (“NEV”) in China announced that on May 10, its holding subsidiary FAW Jilin Automobile Co., Ltd. (“FAW Jilin”) entered into a product sales agency agreement with SARL AI MOTORS from Algeria. SARL AI MOTORS, an Algerian auto importer and seller, will serve as the exclusive sales agent in Algeria for CHIJET’s “SENIA” automobiles for at least the next two years following the signing of the agreement.

FAW Jilin will manufacture SENIA automobiles in China and export them to Algeria based on orders received from SARL AI MOTORS. The agreement is expected to contribute to the expansion of FAW Jilin’s market presence in Africa.


About Chijet Motor Company, Inc.

The core business of Chijet Motor revolves around the development, manufacture, sales, and service of traditional fuel vehicles and NEVs. Cutting-edge manufacturing systems and a robust supply chain management enable the Company to offer consumers high-performance products at competitive prices. Alongside its substantial modern vehicle production facility in Jilin, China, a factory in Yantai, China is dedicated to NEV production upon its completion. Chijet Motor’s leadership team boasts industry veterans with extensive experience in engineering and design, management, financing, industrial production, and financial management. For additional information about Chijet Motor, please visit www.chijetmotors.com.

Chijet Motor Contact:
2888 Dongshan Street
Gaoxin Automobile Industrial Park
Jilin City, JL. P.R.China
EMAIL: info@chijetmotors.com

Investor Relations Contact:
Skyline Corporate Communications Group, LLC
1177 Avenue of the Americas, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Office: (646) 893-5835 x2
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Forward-Looking Statements

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