China Association Of Automobile Manufacturers

    automobile manufacturers

  • The automotive industry designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and sells the world’s motor vehicles. The automotive industry is one of the most important economic sectors by revenue.

    association of

  • Formed in 1967, an attempt to establish a free trade area between Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.


  • Household tableware or other objects made from this or a similar material
  • Taiwan: a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong
  • high quality porcelain originally made only in China
  • a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
  • A fine white or translucent vitrified ceramic material

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How many times have we heard repeated that "China is an opportunity"? Given that everything is to be established for "who" is an opportunity, what if we discovered that the auspicious time … is already finished? IE: what would be the consequences if the Chinese market collapses? For many manufacturers, China was the most important market and seductive, a promised land which divert their investments. Someone probably tripped an alarm bell, in the light of the news of the sudden downturn of the early 2011. On the causes, for once not pulling in complicated socio and economic theories of dance but simple facts. On the one hand the exponential increase in air pollution has forced to governmental restrictions, on the other hand, has played in a heavy at the end of Government incentives. An eloquent on situation chart was published by Businessinsider, same that start at the beginning of the post. The source is the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, which confirms a decline in sales of 33%. The explanation of Zhu Yiping, Assistant Secretary-General of CAAM, which affected the holidays for the Chinese new year, may have a Fund of truth but the data remains worrying. To see the glass half full is ticker that compares data than those registered in 2009: the month of February, he did score a + 2.6% compared to the same month a year ago. And does not fail to recall that in January he had recorded a rise of 16.2%

ITALIANO: Quante volte abbiamo sentito ripete che “la Cina e un’opportunita”? Premesso che e tutto da stabilire per “chi” sia un’opportunita, cosa accadrebbe se scoprissimo che il momento propizio… e gia terminato? Ovvero: quali sarebbero le conseguenze se il mercato cinese crollasse? Per molti costruttori la Cina e stato il mercato piu importante e seducente, una terra promessa verso la quale dirottare i propri investimenti. A qualcuno forse e scattato un campanello di allarme, alla luce della notizia della brusca flessione dei primi mesi del 2011. Sulle cause, per una volta non tiriamo in ballo complicate teorie socio economiche ma semplici dati di fatto. Da una parte l’esponenziale aumento dell’inquinamento atmosferico ha costretto a restrizioni governative, dall’altro ha giocato in maniera pesante la fine degli incentivi governativi.

Un grafico eloquente sulla situazione e stato pubblicato da Businessinsider, si tratta dello stesso che riproponiamo all’inizio del post. La fonte e la China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, che conferma un calo delle vendite del -33%. La spiegazione di Zhu Yiping, assistente segretario generale di CAAM, secondo la quale hanno influito i ponti festivi per il capodanno cinese, puo avere un fondo di verita ma il dato rimane preoccupante.

A vedere il bicchiere mezzo pieno e Teleborsa, che confronta i dati rispetto a quelli registrati nel 2009: il solo mese di Febbraio ha fatto segnare un +2,6% rispetto allo stesso mese di un anno fa. E non manca di ricordare che in Gennaio si era registrata un’ impennata del 16,2%

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Sino-US Auto Parts Industry Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum
David Marquez, Executive Director, Bexar County Economic Development presenting the Texas-Mexico Automotive SuperCluster region in Shanghai, PRC to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), May 2011.

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