Auto Exports Face Challenges And Opportunities-utc行家

UnCategorized China’s auto exports in 2006 entered into the fast channel and reached a peak in the first half of 2008. The exports are 646,000 vehicles. But 8 months later, affected by the economic crisis, global automotive demand dropped dramatically and exports decreased. Although from the October of 2009 it began to pick up it has been unable to return to the level of 2008. Experts say that his year’s auto exports should be able to maintain a growth rate of the first four months. In 1-4 months of this year, China’s total exports of vehicles are 225,400, up 56.72% than the previous year. Exports of passenger cars and .mercial vehicles were 123,300 and 102,100 respectively, an year on year increase of 78.42 % and 36.66%. From the structure of export products we can be see, the middle end product market share is increasing. .pared with 2010, this year’s major auto exporter also changed dramatically. China’s largest auto exports country last year is Algeria. Chinese enterprises sold 4.7million units in local places, followed by Vietnam, Egypt, Syria, Chile and other countries whose export data maintained at 30 000 or more. Analysis of export figures in the first quarter of this year shows that three countries that have the largest sales are Brazil, Algeria and Russia. The most important reason why automobile exports achieve good results this year is that the economic situation of the closest several countries that have business dealings with China’s auto export have improved. Demand for cars is gradually released, which brings business opportunities for Chinese enterprises. In addition, structure of automotive products more and more imbalanced. This year’s export ratio of .mercial vehicles and passenger cars in the first quarter of is very close. The increase in exports of different products such as trucks, cars, SUV are similar, making the Chinese cars maintain the .petitiveness in the various markets. There are more than 100 export enterprises in China. The sales of all enterprises are highly fragmented. In 2010, the export data for all enterprises in China is less than the overseas sales of Toyota, Hyundai and other Japanese and Korean large enterprises. At present, there is no obvious strong car export business, which is not conducive to China’s car sales overseas. "As the Chinese auto .panies have not formed the brand influence and recognition in overseas market. This year Brazil, Russia and other countries opened the market door Chinese cars, which will help improve the export volume of auto .panies. But analysts say that danger and opportunities coexist. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: