Shift into high gear

Challener, Cynthia
December 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;12/17/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 22, p28
Trade Publication
The article explores the growing automotive sector of China. China is now the third-largest automotive producer, according to the International Organization for Motor Vehicle Manufacturers. Domestic original equipment manufacturers are the only current players in the low-end car market, with Tianjin-Faw, Chery and Geely accounting for more than 50% of total sales. The Chinese government is encouraging exports and has set an official goal of exporting $120 billion in autos in 10 years.


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