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Welcome to Our Expanded Publication!

Starting from January 2014, Asia Automotive Intelligence (AAI) will be available in an expanded form, including reports on China and statistics and data on Japan. Japanese data include monthly HEV/PHEV and EV sales figures by brand and model as well as monthly vehicle production and sales data by Japan’s 12 automakers.



For Professionals Intending to Expand Business in Asia and From Asia to the World

AAI covers industry and market trends and provides essential statistical data on the rapidly changing Asian automotive industry. In addition, this publication covers not only events in Asia, but also Asia-related developments in the global automotive business. We proudly recommend you the AAI as a vital tool for any business related to the Asian automotive industry.

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Page Layout of the FOURIN Asia Automotive Intelligence

◆Original reports with analysis, interviews and opinions.
◆Clear presentation with tables, graphs, pictures and difficult-to-find information.
◆Events and trends of the Asian automotive industry and its global impact are covered with detail.
◆Supported by many industrial entities and government agencies within the Asian automotive sector, including automobile and automotive associations, government officials, as well as manufacturers and other industry professionals
◆FOURIN strives to deliver comprehensive information on critical and strategic developments to assist automotive industry business decisions for Asia.

Asia / China Special Reports: Four themes (24-32 pages) 

◇Vehicle, Motorcycle and Related Parts Industry Situation and Market Analysis in Asia/China
◇Government Automotive Industry and Market-Related Taxation Policies in Asia/China
◇Asian/Chinese Automobile and Parts Makers' Global Business Activities
◇Global Vehicle and Parts Manufacturers' Asian/Chinese Strategy and Business Activities

Asia / China Country and Industry Reports: Seven themes (16 pages)

◇East Asia Report (Korea and Taiwan)
◇ASEAN Report (Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, etc.)
◇South Asia Report (India and Pakistan, etc.)
◇Japan Report (Japanese Auto & Parts Makers' Globalization and Industrial & Market Trends)
◇China Report (Chinese Automotive Industry and Market Analysis)
◇Vehicle Maker Report (Global Automakers' Asia Business and Asian Automakers' Global Activities)
◇Parts Maker Report (Global Parts Makers' Asia Business and Asia Parts Makers' Global Activities)

Japan & Asia / China Statistics / Data: Outlook (2 pages) & Tables (10 pages)

◇Monthly HEV/PHEV and EV Sales Figures by Brand and Model in Japan
◇Monthly Vehicle Production and Sales Data by 12 Japanese Automakers in Japan
◇Monthly Overview of Production in Six Nations and Sales in Ten Nations in Asia
◇Monthly Data of Production and Sales by Country and Brand in Asia
◇Each issue will have an ID and password printed on the bottom part of the cover page which allows AAI subscribers to gain access to statistics and data on China’s automotive industry and market through FOURIN’s website.

Asia Automotive Intelligence 2017.10 (No.106)

EDITORIAL

Chinese Automakers in ASEAN, India
Chinese automakers have been diversifying their business strategy in ASEAN and India in recent years. Although many Chinese automakers failed to increase their presence in ASEAN and India by employing a business model of selling exclusively low-price vehicles, many of them began to heavily invest in mass-production plants and other assets.

ASIA SPECIAL REPORT

ASEAN’s Automotive R&D Centers
Japanese automakers are strengthening localization of development, design and evaluation in the ASEAN region. Looking at development, Toyota Motor and Honda Motor are already developing some core Asia-made models which in Thailand. Daihatsu Motor is also aiming to start redesign activities in Indonesia from 2019.
China’s H1 2017 Automobile Exports
China’s automobile export volume dropped 2.7 percent compared to the previous year to 708,000 units due to political and economic instability of major export destinations and the strong Chinese currency which drive up vehicle prices.

ASIA COUNTRY REPORTS

Asia
Indonesia
Malaysia
Thailand
Vietnam

ASIA COMPANY REPORTS

Datsun
Hyundai Group
Clutches
Onboard Sensors

JAPAN & ASIA STATISTICS / DATA

Asia Overview
Asia Vehicle Production / Sales
Japan Vehicle Production / Sales

Asia Automotive Intelligence 2017.9 (No.105)

EDITORIAL

ASEAN’s Automobile Market Forecast
The ASEAN market continues to recover. Automobile sales in the region are forecast to increase four percent year-on-year to 3.38 million units (seven countries) in 2017, returning to 94 percent of ASEAN’s peak year of 2013. Reviving demand is good news for Japanese automakers which control some 80 percent of the market.

ASIA SPECIAL REPORT

2016 Global Electric Vehicle Market
The global EV market has been steadily expanding. Global sales of EVs rose 17.4 percent year-on-year to 2.6 million units in 2016. Of which, HEVs grew 11.6 percent to 1.84 million units and combined sales of BEVs and PHEVs went up 34 percent to 760,000 units.
India’s H1 2017 Automobile Market
Indias automobile market rose six percent in the first half of 2017 compared to the same period of the previous year to 1.89 million units, reaching an historic high. Although M & HCVs dropped 11.3 percent, passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicle increased 7.8 percent and 7.4 percent respectively, pushing up overall sales.
China’s H1 2017 Passenger Vehicle Sales Network
Data show that there were 23,791 passenger vehicle dealerships in China as of June 2017, indicating an increase compared to the previous year. Dealerships of Chinese automakers increased remarkably, up 14.5 percent to 10,087 shops.

ASIA COUNTRY REPORTS

Japan
Korea
Pakistan
Taiwan

ASIA COMPANY REPORTS

BMW
General Motors
Renault Samsung
Onboard Radar

JAPAN & ASIA STATISTICS / DATA

Japan Vehicle Production / Sales

Asia Automotive Intelligence 2017.8 (No.104)

EDITORIAL

China’s Foreign Ownership Rule
China’s central government has decided to gradually ease the maximum 50 percent foreign ownership regulation on foreign-owned automakers in the country by 2025. The decision is seen as an important step toward the creation of an open market.

ASIA SPECIAL REPORT

Asia’s 2016 Segmented Automobile Sales
Asia’s automobile market is seeing rising sales of small SUVs thanks to the launch of more and more new models. In addition, A segment passenger cars and premium brand models are also showing an upward trend. In contrast, the region’s largest segment the B segment declined in 2016.
2016 Performance of China’s 44 Major Automakers
FOURIN has surveyed the 2012–2016 financial performance of 44 major automakers in China, analyzing their financial condition. Overall, Sino-foreign automakers are concentrated in the top half of the ranking with brisk sales revenue and earnings, while many Chinese manufacturers are facing severe financial conditions.

ASIA COUNTRY REPORTS

Indonesia
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam

ASIA COMPANY REPORTS

Honda Motor
Nissan Motor
Toyota Motor

JAPAN & ASIA STATISTICS / DATA

Asia Overview
Asia Vehicle Production / Sales
Japan Vehicle Production / Sales


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