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Click to download the full LIC report containing these contents According to recent data released by major auto manufacturers, the top 10 luxury car brands in China during the first three quarters of 2015 ...

Jun
2015

Anti-monopoly investigation triggers luxury car price reductions On 5th August, the Chinese media reported that the Government was investigating the monopoly of the Mercedes Shanghai office, previously Chrysler and Audi had been found ...

Jun
2015

Infiniti ride the wave of TV sponsorship The Chinese luxury market is always full of opportunities even if the media would have us believe otherwise. Even in the high-end car market where three ...

Jun
2015

The Beijing Auto Show The Beijing Auto show is without doubt the most visited automobile show in the world! Starting on 21st April and lasting for 9 days, it is predicted that over ...

Jun
2015

Tesla leads the electric charge US electric car brand Tesla has attracted a great deal of attention worldwide, including China where it has seen a steady increase in sales recently. The brand is ...

Buying cars during the Chinese New Year The Spring Festival is a traditional Chinese festival with thousands of years of history and that has created many interesting cultural phenomenon. Among these distinctive Chinese habits is buying large or expensive belongings including ...

The unexpected is always expected by the Chinese people and it’s why they are so flexible and appear to other nationalities as ‘random’ in their behaviour. In this month’s Business Review of the luxury car sector, we look at government ...

Consumer protection laws in China are a long way behind the market, which as might be expected is a result of the huge economic growth and consumer spending in the past ten years, and a bureaucratic system that isn’t really ...

Jun
2015

The Ultra high-end sector slows significantly The slowing economy and the government drive to reduce extravagant expenditure appears to have started to take affect in the ultra high-end car sector in China. Sales for Ferrari were down 12.5% for the first ...

Jun
2015

Luxury car sales are on the decline According to statistics from the China Automotive Industry Association (CAIA) the Chinese luxury car market increased 4%, far below the passenger car market that increased by 13% during the first quarter of this year. ...

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