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SAIC, Dongfeng Motor and FAW Leading Chinese Auto Manufacturers' Performance Examined in Chinese Automotive Development and Major Homegrown Manufacturers Report

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In 2012, sales of Chinese cars stayed ahead of others in the global automotive market. Outperforming Japan, China secured the world's second place in 2006. Later in 2009, China became the world's largest auto manufacturing country, overtaking the Unites States. China officially entered the WTO (World Trade Organization) in 2001 and since then China has experienced the so-called the Golden decade. During 2011 and 2012, the Chinese auto industry (http://www.sandlerresearch.org/chinese-automotive-development-and-major-homegrown-manufacturers.html) bid farewell to double-digit growth, reflecting that China has entered into the modest growth phase. This report profiles the development of the Chinese automotive industry and market and examines the performance of leading Chinese auto manufacturers, including

  •     SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation)
  •     Dongfeng Motor
  •     And FAW (First Automobile Works) Group

Table of Contents
1. Development of the Chinese Automotive Industry and Market
1.1 Industry Development

2. Analysis of the Chinese Automotive Industry
2.1 Industry Concentration
2.2 Sales Volume
2.3 Revenue and Profit

3. Development of Three Major Chinese Automotive Manufacturers
3.1 SAIC Group
3.1.1 Shanghai General Motors
3.1.2 Shanghai Volkswagen
3.1.3 SGMW
3.2 Dongfeng Motor
3.2.1 Dongfeng Nissan
3.2.2 Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen
3.2.3 Dongfeng Honda
3.3 FAW (First Automobile Works) Group
3.3.1 FAW-Volkswagen
3.3.2 FAW Toyota
3.3.3 FAW Car

4. Conclusion

Appendix

List of Topics

  •     Profiling the current status of Chinese automotive industry and market, touching on industry concentration, sales volume, revenue and profit
  •     Analysis of Chinese top 10 automotive market share by auto maker in 2005 and 2012
  •     Development of three major Chinese automotive manufacturers, namely SAIC Group, Donfeng Motor, and FAW Group, and their subsidiaries, outlining also their strategic cooperation and future plans for development
  •     Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include: ASIC Iveco Hongyan Commercial Vehicle Corporation, Beijing Automotive Group, Brillance Auto, Chery Automobile, Chia Tai Group, Chongqing Changan Automobile, Dongfeng Honda, Dongfeng Motor, Dongfeng Nissan, Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen, FAW Group, FAW Car, FAW Toyota, FAW-Volkswagen, Geely Automobile, Great Well Motor, Guangzhou Automobile, JAC, Mazda, Nanjing Iveco Automobile, SAIC, SGMW, Shanghai General Motors, Shanghai Sunwin Bus Corporation,
  •     Shanghai Volkswagen

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List of Figures
Figure 1 The World's Top 10 Automotive Market Share by Country, 2012
Figure 2 Chinese Automotive Market Volume, 1999 - November 2013
Figure 3 The Chinese Top 10 Automotive Market Share by Auto Manufacturer, in 2005 and 2012
Figure 4 Sales Revenue of the Chinese Automotive Industry, 2006 - October 31, 2013
Figure 5 Sale Profit of the Chinese Automotive Industry, 2006 – October 2013
Figure 6 SAIC Sales Volume by Subsidiary, as of November 30, 2013
Figure 7 FAW Group's Sales Share by Subsidiary, 2008 - 2012

List of Tables
Table 1 The World's Top 10 Automotive Market Volume, 2012

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