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Sell Your Products in China—SEMA Launches New China Event

The SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference is a low-cost way for members to explore the Chinese market's business potential.

New Event Helps Auto Parts Manufacturers Grow Their Businesses in China

U.S. auto parts manufacturers can grow their businesses and connect with Chinese buyers by participating in the SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(March 18, 2010)

Contact: Della Domingo
909/396-0289, ext. 130
dellad@sema.org


NEW EVENT HELPS AUTO PARTS MANUFACTURERS GROW THEIR BUSINESSES IN CHINA
U.S. manufacturers matched with buyers from the world’s largest, fastest growing automotive market

World Order: Key International Legislation Affects Specialty-Equipment Business

Here is a roundup of proposed or recently enacted legislative and regulatory developments affecting the specialty-equipment industry in key markets overseas. For more information on overseas developments, SEMA members are invited to contact SEMA Director of International and Government Relations Linda Spencer at lindas@sema.org.

First Quarter 2010 International Regulatory Update

Global Media Awards

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For the sixth year, a panel of top automotive journalists from 15 countries throughout Asia, Europe, South Africa and South America served on the SEMA Global Media Awards (GMA) panel. 

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SEMA Partners With GM Middle East

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To highlight the customization possibilities of the just-released Chevy Cruze in the United Arab Emirates, GM Middle East and SEMA partnered to customize two of the all-new compact global cars. SEMA enlisted two top designers to work on the projects. 

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Laws on a Global Scale

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Specialty-equipment companies have begun utilizing new tools made available to businesses to ensure that the sale and use of accessories and performance products currently marketed in Europe are allowed to be freely sold throughout the continent. Concerned that national governments were either banning products or adding local requirements in violation of the Mutual Recognition Treaty, the European Parliament implemented measures in May 2009 to promote a single market for automotive specialty equipment.

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Exhibit Space Applications for the SEMA Show Go Online Mid-March

Exhibitor applications for the 2010 SEMA Show will be available in mid-March on www.SEMAShow.com. Forms must be returned by May 7 in order to participate in the priority space selection process.

Importing Into the U.S.? Government Steps Up Enforcement of Mandatory Filing

The Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced its intent to crack down on companies importing product into the U.S. without filing the prerequisite reports with U.S. government officials.

Best of the 2009 SEMA Show in Photos

The best new products, customized cars and showfloor action from the 2009 SEMA Show—click through to see it all here in this 16-page gallery. 

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