More Than Half of China's Imports Are SUVs—Get a Foothold in the Market

Registrations of imported cars in China surged 90.2% in 2010,
according to the Japanese research company Fourin Inc., with imports
topping 600,000 units last year. SUVs accounted for 51.7% of
all imports during that period, based on new vehicle registration data,
says Fourin’s China Automotive Intelligence Report No. 24, December,

Your Brand in Front of 1.3 Billion Chinese Consumers: Here’s How

Bushwacker Inc. and SCT Performance are among those SEMA-member brands being actively promoted in China. SEMA China eNews—a
Chinese-language monthly SEMA publication being distributed to
thousands of distributors and retailers thoughout China—will feature
these two SEMA manufacturers as well as others interested in selling to
the largest automotive market in the world.


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