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Who Pays For Tariffs?
The United States is in a major trade war with China that imposes 25 percent tariffs on $200 billion of goods imported from the country and has just averted a Read More
Encouraging Signs in China’s Sluggish Auto Industry
China’s vehicle sales declined for the 10th month in a row in March and fell by double digits during the first three months of the year. Despite this gloomy performance, Read More
The Road Ahead For China’s Automobile Industry
For the first time in memory, China’s unit vehicle sales declined in 2018, registering a 2.8 percent year over year decline. Although sales were cumulatively positive through September, they began Read More
2018 Decline of Auto Sales in China: Review, Prognosis and Opportunities
For the first time in memory, auto sales declined in China last year. In this podcast, Jack and Doug Perkowski discuss the reasons why; the prognosis for the years ahead; Read More
The Trade War Truce — Who Benefits?
The Trade War Truce — Who Benefits? by Jack Perkowski The answer might surprise you. Two of Germany’s largest car makers stand to be immediate beneficiaries of a reduction in Read More
2018: A Transition Year for China Autos?
2018: A Transition Year for China Autos? by Jack Perkowski 2018 may be shaping up to be a transition year for China automobiles. It may be the year that marks Read More
The Future of Auto JVs in China
The Future of Auto JVs in China by Jack Perkowski: In June, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and its Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced that, as of July Read More