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Light motor vehicles and market of light motor vehicles: complex analysis and forecast until 2016

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Subject of research:
RUSSIAN AND WORLD LIGHT MOTOR VEHICLES

Goal of research:
EVALUATION OF THE MARKET AND FORECAST OF ITS DEVELOPMENT UNTIL 2016

Regions of research:
RUSSIA
REGIONS OF RF

Main blocks of research:
WORLD MARKET
ANALYSIS OF RETAIL SALES
RUSSIAN MARKET VOLUME
MARKET TRENDS
ADJACENT MARKETS
STATE REGULATION
LARGEST PLAYERS IN THE MARKET
MOTOR PASSENGER CAR PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA
LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS
LIGHT CAR EXPORT
LIGHT CAR IMPORT
PRICES FOR MOTOR PASSENGER CARS
DEVELOPMENTAL FORECAST OF MOTOR PASSENGER CAR MARKET UNTIL 2020

Profiles are made for the following largest Russian car producing enterprises:
«VOLKSWAGEN GROUP RUS» LLC
«TOYOTA MOTOR» LLC
«AVTOVAZ» OJSC
«NISSAN MANUFACRURING RUS» LLC
«FORD SOLLERS HOLDING» LLC

The sources of information, which are used in the research:
Federal State Statistics Service
Ministry of Economic Development of RF
Ministry of RF Transport
Federal Customs Service
Federal Tax Service
Industry experts' estimates
Federal target programs and subprograms
Printed and electronic publications of the branch
Data of state structures (ministries and agencies), industry associations, unions, dealing with the development of construction and building industry

The research contains 68 schedules, 84 diagrams, 81 tables and 1 scheme.

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EXTRACTS FROM RESEARCH

CHAPTER 5
RUSSIAN MARKET VOLUME


In *** terms the increase in the market in the period from 2010 to 2013 was a little smaller in value *** – ***% versus 80%, but the growth by *** times is hardly insignificant. In 2012 the market volume exceeded 3 mln. cars, but in 2013 it amounted to *** mln. vehicles, having decreased to ***%.

Due to the fact that in 2013 both the *** (***), and *** (***), decreased, the market volume in real terms decreased compared to the same period last year by *** ths. pcs of production. The export was increasing on the entire time interval from ***to*** and in 2013 it amounted to *** ths. cars.

From 2010 to 2012 an increase in the share of diesel cars in the market by 3 percentage points was observed - from ***% to ***%, due to ***. The number of filling stations offering high-quality diesel fuel also increased.?

CHAPTER 10
MOTOR PASSENGER CAR PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA

The Russian car production recovered from the crisis fast enough and in 2011 it exceeded those figures of 2008, and by 2012 it reached the level of *** mln. pcs. In 2013 there was a ***% decline in production to the level of *** mln. pcs, that is, however, by ***% more than in 2008.
The minimum production volume was recorded in *** 2009 in the period of 2008 - 2013, when it amounted to *** pcs, the maximum one – in *** – ***. Also there was an untypical *** in the production to 138,5 ths. pcs in *** 2013.

The main production volume of passenger cars in Russia was located in 3 federal districts in 2013 – *** (***%), the Volga (***%) and *** (22%). The Far Eastern and the *** FDs amounted to ***% and 3% in the structure of production.

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CHAPTER 12
RUSSIAN EXPORTOF LIGHT MOTOR CARS

Export volumes of passenger cars in money terms didn't only annually increased since 2010, but also surpassed that level of *** by ***% in *** when the value of exported goods amounted to almost 1,5 bln. USD.

From 2010 to 2013 *** played a significant role in the structure of the Russian export of cars and at the beginning in 2012 it accounted for more than ***% of the total number of vehicles sold abroad (*** ths. pcs from *** ths. pcs in 2012 and *** ths. pcs from *** ths. pcs in 2013). When accounting *** it becomes apparent that exports did not decrease since 2012, as it follows from ***, but continued to grow until 2013, when ***, that is 3 times higher than in ***. Based on this, we can conclude that the numbers of 2013 reached the level of ***.?

CHAPTER 13
RUSSIAN IMPORTOF LIGHT MOTOR CARS

The import volumes in money terms were also increasing from 2009 to 2012, and in 2013 fell by ***%, having amounted to nearly *** bln. USD. A higher rate of growth in *** as compared to that in real terms should be noted – ***% vs. 49%. In 2012 the cost of imports reached its peak and exceeded *** bln. USD, that is by almost 2,5 times more than in.

As for the cost structure of the import in 2012, a relatively higher cost of *** should be noted: ***% of all funds were necessary to pay 16% of the volume in money terms, while ***% *** cars amounted to ***% of the total costs.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS, TABLES AND SCHEMES

1. GENERAL ECONOMIC SITUATION IN RUSSIA
1.1. Population in Russia
Population size
Largest cities
Social standard of living
Economic activity
1.2. Economic situation
Dynamics of economic development
Stability of state budget
1.3. International Russian position
RF share in the population of the world
2. SUBJECT OF RESEARCH
2.1. Market description
Background
Classification of motor vehicles
2.2. Used classifiers
2.2. Classification as per All-Russian Classification of Products
Classification as per All-Russian Classification of Products on types of economic activities
Classification as per All-Russian Classifier of Types of Economic Activity
Classification of compound feed as per Foreign Economic Activity Commodity Nomenclature
2.3. Methodological guidelines for research
Foreign trade
Russian manufacturers
3. WORLD MARKET
3.1. Production volume in major producing countries
3.2. Largest producers
4. ANALYSIS OF RETAIL SALES
4.1. Retail sales dynamics
4.2. Structure of retail sales
Structure of retail sales by federal districts
Structure of retail sales by regions
Structure of retail sales by producers
5. RUSSIAN MARKET VOLUME
5.1. Dynamics of market volume
Market volume by years
Import share in the market
5.2. Market segmentation
Market segmentation by product types
5.3. Car fleet
Russian car fleet
Russian car fleet by federal districts
Motor passenger car fleet by regions
Density of passenger car fleet
Structure of motor passenger car fleet by car models
Age structure of motor passenger car fleet
6. MARKET TRENDS
6.1. Changes in the structure of Russian producers
6.2. Production of foreign cars in Russia
7. ADJACENT MARKETS
7.1. Russian road infrastructure
Length of highways
Road density
7.2. Road infrastructure companies in Russia
7.3. Car service stations
7.4. Market of automotive components and parts
General market characteristics
Market volume
Market structure
7.5. Market of car washes
Market of car washes in Russia
Market of car washes in Moscow
Capacity of the Russian market of car washes
8. STATE REGULATION
8.1. Motor transport
8.2. Customs duties
8.3. Development Plan of the Ministry of Industry and Trade
8.4. Motor highways
9. LARGEST PLAYERS IN THE MARKET
9.1. «AVTOVAZ-RENAULT-NISSAN»
9.2. «AVTOTOR»
9.3. «SOLLERS»
9.4. «VOLKSWAGEN GROUP RUS»
9.5. «HYUNDAI MOTOR MANUFACTURING RUS»
9.6. «TOYOTA MOTORS»
9.7. «DERWAYS»
9.8. «GM AUTO»
9.9. «PEUGEOT CITROEN MITSUBISHI CARS »
10. MOTOR PASSENGER CAR PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA
10.1. Passenger car production
Production volume by years
Production volumes by months
Production volume by categories
Production volume by federal districts
Production volume by regions
10.2. Production of motor vehicles with spark-ignition engine of a cylinder less than 1500 cm3
Production volume by years
Production volume by months
Production volume by federal districts
Production volume by regions
10.3. Production of motor vehicles with spark-ignition engine of a cylinder more than 1500 cm3
Production volume by years
Production volume by months
Production volume by federal districts
Production volume by regions
10.4. Production of cars with piston combustion engine and compression-ignition (diesel or semi-diesel)
Production volume by years
Production volume by months
Production volume by federal districts
Production volume by regions
11. LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS
11.1. Structure of the Russian production
11.2. Geographical location of largest companies
11.3. Largest enterprises in terms of revenue
12. EXPORT
12.1. Passenger cars in general
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by years
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by quarters
Structure of the Russian export by categories
Structure of the Russian export by countries of destination
12.2. Passenger cars with cylinder capacity 1500 – 3000 cm3
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by years
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by quarters
Structure of the Russian export by countries of destination
12.3. Passenger cars with cylinder capacity 1000 – 1500 cm3
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by years
Volume dynamics of the Russian export by quarters
Structure of the Russian export by countries of destination
13. IMPORT
13.1. Passenger cars in general
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by years
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by quarters
Structure of the Russian import by categories
Structure of the Russian import by countries of origin
13.2. Passenger cars with cylinder capacity 1500 – 3000 cm3
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by years
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by quarters
Structure of the Russian import by countries of origin
13.3. Passenger cars with cylinder capacity 1000 – 1500 cm3
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by years
Dynamics of the Russian import volume by quarters
Structure of the Russian import by countries of destination
14. PRICES FOR MOTOR PASSENGER CARS
14.1. Producer prices
Price dynamics by years
14.2. Consumer prices for new imported passenger cars
Price dynamics by years
Price dynamics by quarters
14.3. Consumer prices for used imported passenger cars
Price dynamics by years
Price dynamics by quarters
14.4. Consumer prices for new passenger foreign cars assembled in Russia
Price dynamics by years
Price dynamics by quarters
14.5. Consumer prices for new domestic passenger cars
Price dynamics by years
Price dynamics by quarters
15. DEVELOPMENTAL FORECAST OF MOTOR PASSENGER CAR MARKET UNTIL 2020
16. PROFILES OF THE LARGEST MOTOR PASSENGER CAR PRODUCERS
16.1. «VOLKSWAGEN GROUP RUS» LLC
Reference information
Types of activity
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash flow statement
Financials of activity
16.2. «TOYOTA MOTOR» LLC
Reference information
Types of activity
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash flow statement
Financials of activity
16.3. «AVTOVAZ» OJSC
Reference information
Types of activity
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash flow statement
Financials of activity
16.4. «NISSAN MANUFACRURING RUS» LLC
Reference information
Types of activity
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash flow statement
Financials of activity
16.5. «FORD SOLLERS HOLDING» LLC
Reference information
Types of activity
Balance sheet
Profit and loss statement
Cash flow statement
Financials of activity

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