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China Automobile Sales to Reach 40 Million in 2020
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■ Aug 1, 2012
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Three industry experts give their insight on the prospects of China’s automotive market in 2020

FOURIN Automotive Forum was formed on October 21, 2011. The impetus was the World Automotive Industry Forum which was held in Beijing by Beijing FOURIN Automotive Consulting on May 20 of the same year. Over 300 automotive industry experts attended the forum from China, indicating the Chinese industry’s growing interest about information on the global automotive industry.

Amid rapid development, such as China becoming the world’s largest vehicle market in 2009, at the forum we readily took up various domestic problems which confront China’s automotive industry and in cooperation with Chinese experts we captured the essence of these problems and deepened discussions.

In addition, eyes were also turned toward the world at the forum, paying attention to automotive industry and market developments at various parts of the world. It has been decided that the forum will be held once in every three months.

This book is the audio recording script of the third forum which was held on April 6, 2012 and it is released with an intention to reach the general public. Lectures on the forum’s theme of “China Automotive Market 2020 Prospect” were given by forum adviser Dong Yang vice-president and general-secretary of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, forum chairman Xu Changming head of Information Resource Development at the State Information Center, and Zhou Yongjiang chair of Automobile Marketing Expert Committee. After their lectures, a question and answer session was held.

In closing, I would like to thank sincerely the three above-mentioned experts who kindly give their consent to the publication of this book, as well as the translators and China Machine Press.

May 2012
Beijing FOURIN Automotive Consulting
General manager, Zhou Jincheng

▼ Authors ▼

  • Dong Yang

    (Vice-president and general-secretary of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers)

  • Xu Changming

    (Head of Information Resource Development at the State Information Center)

  • Zhou Yongjiang

    (Chair of Automobile Marketing Expert Committee)


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