The Chinese Automotive Sector

Opportunities for U.S. Businesses

Date May 15, 2006
Location
Sharonville Convention Center
11355 Chester Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Please contact Kelly Barkman at 513.651.6438 or kbarkman@fbtlaw.com to register.

The first Chinese car is expected to enter the U.S. market in 2007, an action that will affect the entire U.S. automotive supply chain.

Wayne Xing, considered by many to be the leading authority on the Chinese automotive sector, will be in Cincinnati on Monday, May 15th presenting his views on the current state of the Chinese automotive industry, what lies ahead and China’s impact on the U.S. market.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear Wayne Xing and others provide a “State of the Market” update, addressing the challenges, opportunities and realities facing the global automotive industry.


Wayne W.J. Xing

Editor/Publisher
China Automotive Review

President
China Business Update

Wayne W.J. Xing, Ph.D., is Editor/Publisher of China Automotive Review, a monthly tabloid magazine, and President of China Business Update, a publishing, market intelligence and consulting firm based in Amherst, Massachusetts.

In addition to two weekly newsletters, CBU-Auto and CBU-AutoEnews, and a monthly newsletter, CBU-Autostats, distributed worldwide via email over the past 12 years, CBU publishes an Annual Report on China’s automobile market, an annual Directory of OE and supplier manufacturers in China, collections of Chinese automotive laws and regulations and special reports on the world’s largest emerging automobile market. CBU also offers customized market research and consulting with regard to China’s motor vehicle industry.

CBU formally launched a monthly magazine, China Automotive Review (CAR) in January 2006. Current circulation is 10,000 (paid and controlled), with 40 percent of the readers in China. The website, www.chinaautoreview.com has monthly hits of over 100,000. CAR is positioned to be the leading monthly magazine focusing exclusively on China’s motor vehicle industry.

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