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Global car sales fell in Q1 2022, while China's OEMs gained market share (04.07.22)
EVs outsell diesels. Sedans continue to lose share to SUVs. Toyota Group led in the rankings.

jato | Sales of Chinese cars top those of US rivals for first time 2023Q4, 15 pp
The report has focused on Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Viet Nam, and Philippines. The car sales of these countries account for more than 80% of the entire region.

jato | European EV Market: Finance insights from Belgium and the Netherlands (31.05.24)
Belgium's automotive landscape reveals a dichotomy between private retail and business sectors, with the latter dominating market share. Across the border in the Netherlands, a similar sales channel split prevails, with business sales commanding a lion's share of the market.

ec.europa.eu | Commission investigation provisionally concludes that electric vehicle value chains in China benefit from unfair subsidies, 12 June
sampled firms
• BYD: 17,4%;
• Geely: 20%;
• SAIC: 38,1%
co-operative, sampled firms
21%
any firm not sampled
38,1%
archive Reactionary Visions and eNtiTiES (13.09.23)

janto | Tesla Model Y secures position as world's best-selling car in 2023 (13.06.24)
Interestingly, last year's positive results were not driven by China. Munoz stated: "Over 17.5 million new cars were sold in the emerging economies in 2023. That is more than the total sales in US or Europe during the year."
bloomberg | China Beats US in Global Car Sales in Industry First (13.06.24)
"'Negligence from legacy automakers, which has resulted in consistently high car prices, has inadvertently driven consumers toward more affordable Chinese alternatives,' Jato analyst Felipe Munoz said."
fitch | EU Tariffs on Chinese EVs Will Not Affect Market, Potential Retaliation is Key (14.06.24)
We think any additional tariffs on European vehicles [ex]ported to China are mostly likely to be absorbed by automakers. We believe that joint-ventures (JVs) of German automakers and local manufacturers that sell vehicles in China may also be affected. China accounts for 20%-30% of German automakers' sales through JVs (increasing the overall sales exposure of German automakers to China to 30%-40%).
by Cat on Sat Jun 15th, 2024 at 10:11:01 PM EST
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