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U.S. Department of Commerce Links SEMA Show Exhibitors With International Buyers

The U.S. Department of Commerce is offering free export promotion and
assistance for SEMA Show exhibitors whose products contain a minimum of
51% U.S. content. If your products meet this requirement, click here to complete the form for the free assistance and to register for your free listing in the International Buyers' Guide.

Sales of Luxury Auto Brands Rise in China—Capitalize on Opportunity With Your Products

BMW expects its sales in China in 2010 to grow by 30% to 120,000 units.
Mercedes-Benz aims to sell more than 100,000 passenger vehicles in
China in 2010, the vice president of sales and marketing for
Mercedes-Benz Cars said in April. Audi, the top-selling luxury brand in
China, is on course to sell more than 200,000 units there in 2010.

China's Tuning Trends: Ford Focus Big in Southwest, European Vehicles Popular in the North

Tuner shops in China are looking for imported performance-enhancing accessories such as suspensions, turbochargers, intake valves and brakes. Shock absorbers, body kits and wheels are the top three modifications at his shop, which works on primarily Japanese models, said Zhang Yu, owner of a Beijing Tuning Shop.

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