New Tendencies in the Internationalization of Automobile Production – New Quest Reports

The new reports in the Quest Trend Magazine identify three new tendencies in the internationalization of the worldwide automobile production. Beyond that the worldwide auto production since 2007 is recorded without China leading to surprising result.

The worldwide ten largest car manufacturers are according to the current denominations of the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d’Automobiles, Paris (OICA) Toyota, VOLKSWAGEN, GM, Hyundai, Ford, Nissan, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Suzuki and PSA. The internationalization of their production has reached a level that half of these world market leaders are producing more in another country than in the homeland.

 

The mutual market penetration of these world companies is intensifying as a new tendency. It shows up in the fact that on the one hand GM produces more cars in China than in its homeland the US; on the other hand Honda produces more cars in the USA than in its homeland Japan.

The report to these new tendencies as well as the worldwide production shares of each of the ten world market leaders in the comparison of the years 2014 and 2000 is available on http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com/en/automobile-industry/internationalization/internationalization-of-production-by-the-automobile-manufacturers.html

The worldwide leading automakers could increase their world market share to 71.8% from2013 to 2014. It is, however, the medium group among the ten leading automakers that developed its positions more strongly than the three largest ones among the world market leaders.

The report to the changed world market shares in the comparison from 2014 to 2013 is available on http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com/en/automobile-industry/internationalization/changes-in-market-shares-of-automakers.html

Finally a new report identifies the role of China as leading production location of the worldwide automobile production. This report faces the worldwide automobile production without China since 2007 with the development of auto production in China itself. The result proves that the worldwide auto production has been growing outside of China only by 4% since 2007, which means almost stagnation, while automobile production in China more than duplicated.

This new report is available on http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com/en/automobile-industry/china/market-share-of-china-at-global-automobile-production.html

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