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Secure Your Place in Booming Chinese Auto Market—Here's How

SEMA has created a unique program to assist members in exploring their products’ sales potential in China at the upcoming SEMA China CIAPE China Business Development Conference, September 7–10, in Beijing.

China Now the World’s Largest Auto Market—How You Can Tap in

Vehicle sales in China are growing across the board, but the luxury and SUV segments are increasing at the fastest rate, propelled by rising incomes and a wave of second-car buyers with a desire for something more upscale. That’s just one trend that bodes well for SEMA members eyeing the China market for future sales.

Registration Now Open for Members-Only Trip to China

Registration is now open for the second SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference, which will be held September 7–10, in Beijing, China. Participants will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with top Chinese buyers, participate in networking events and tour the trade-only China International Auto Parts Expo (CIAPE). This affordable turnkey, SEMA-member manufacturers-only package includes a professional interpreter, meals and hotel accommodations.

Australian "Cash for Clunkers" Proposal Canceled Amid Strong Opposition

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has backed down from the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA)-opposed ''Cash for Clunkers" program, which would have provided Australians with a $2,000 payment (USD $1,993) for trading in pre-’95 cars for new vehicles.

European Vehicle Sales Strong in China: Customization Popular for These German Brands

Car ownership in China is growing, and just like auto enthusiasts everywhere, Chinese drivers like to make their cars stand out. From expensive sports cars to off-road warriors, customization is increasingly popular among a wide segment of consumers in China.

Selling to the World’s Most Populous Country

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Distributors and retailers from throughout China gathered in Beijing to meet with 21 SEMA-member companies that were participating in the first SEMA China Business Development Conference. The hotel-based program held in Beijing in September was built around a series of one-on-one meetings with pre-selected Chinese buyers who traveled to the event from cities throughout China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Ha’erbin in the far north, Guangzhou in the south and Hubei in the center of the country.

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SEMA News Highlights Newest Hot Rodding Trends Heading Into 2011

The December issue of SEMA News is dedicated to business technology, future hot-rodding trends and business opportunities in China.

One Hour, 10 Questions: Accessing the 95% of the Buyers Located Outside the U.S.

On Monday, November 1, from 3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., in room N252 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, longtime exporters will come together to address 10 of your thorniest questions regarding attracting and maintaining overseas customers.

Falling Dollar Leads to Sales Opportunties Abroad: Learn More at the SEMA Show

SEMA Chairman–Elect Scooter Brothers, who serves as the COO of Competition Performance Group, and K&N Peformance/AEM Air Intake Systems’ International Business Manager Kevin Floody will provide tips to SEMA Showgoers on how to take advantage of the dropping value of the dollar against most major currencies, including the Japanese yen (15-year low) and the euro, the Australian and Canadian dollars and the Brazilian real at the second-annual "Global Growth: Successful Aftermarket Companies Show the Way to International Success" seminar.

SEMA Delegation Sees Emerging Specialty-Parts Market in China

Twenty-one SEMA members just returned from Beijing where they participated in the inaugural SEMA CIAPE China Business Development Conference. Each SEMA member participated in pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings with Chinese distributors and retailers from throughout China.
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