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China Autos Report Q2 2014

NEW YORK, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

China Autos Report Q2 2014

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

According to the China Association Of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), Chinese auto sales increased 13.9% in 2013, to end the year at a record high of 21.98mn units. We maintain our bullish outlook on the market in 2014 and see the strong sales momentum in the last few months of 2013 spilling over into early 2014. Consumer confidence remains high and we see it buoying vehicle demand. However, we remain firm on our sector slowdown view for 2014, which is best demonstrated by the slower growth of 9.1% in vehicle sales we forecast for the full year. The recent reforms announced by the Chinese government will have the effect of slowing economic growth in the short term as the economy rebalances away from an investment-led model towards one where private consumption makes up a bigger share. Consumer sentiment will take a hit in the latter part of 2014 as economic growth falters and this will certainly have a negative impact on vehicle sales.
BMI Industry View 7
Political 10
Economic 11
Business Environment 12
Industry Forecast 13
Production and Sales 13
Table: China Autos Sector - Production And Sales 13
Alternative Fuel 14
Trade 15
Passenger Vehicles 19
Table: China Autos Sector - Passenger Cars 19
Commercial Vehicles 30
Table: China Autos Sector - Commercial Vehicles 30
Motorcycles 31
Table: China Autos Sector - Motorcycles 31
Company Developments 31
Suppliers 33
Industry Developments 33
Macroeconomic Forecasts 35
Economic Analysis 35
Table: China - Economic Activity 40
Industry Risk Reward Ratings 41
Asia Pacific - Risk/Reward Ratings 41
Table: Asia Pacific Autos Risk/Reward Ratings 44
Company Profile 45
Company Monitor 45
Shanghai GM 48
Volkswagen 50
Ford Motor 52
Daimler 54
Regional Overview 56
Table: Vehicle Sales 2013 (CBUS) 56
Global Industry Overview 61
Table: Passenger Car Sales November 2013 (CBUs) 61
Europe On Road To Recovery 61
Tax Hike Skews Japan's Outlook; US Hits Sweet 16 63
China Is BRIC Bright Spot 65
Demographic Forecast 68
Table: China's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 69
Table: China's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 70
Table: China's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 71
Table: China's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 71
Methodology 72
Industry Forecasts 72
Sector-Specific Methodology 73
Sources 73
Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 74
Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Ratings Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators 75

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