2008 Detroit Seminar
Dear Automotive Executive:
China Business Update (CBU) and China Automotive Review (CAR) is proud to present to you a special seminar
on China’s Emerging Automobile Market to be held at the Sheraton Detroit Riverside Hotel (formerly Hotel
Pontchartrain) during the 2008 North American International Auto Show (January 13-27, 2008).
China’s auto market has grown in leaps and bounds over the past 20 years, from annual sales of only 5,000 cars to
last year’s 4.2 million. Today, China is the world’s 2nd largest automobile market after only the U.S.
With the rapid growth of China’s domestic market and the rise of independent Chinese automakers, China for the past
two years has seen a significant growth in the export of both whole vehicles and automotive parts and components. For the first time in 2006, the total value of China’s automotive exports exceeded that of imports.
The 2008 NAIAS will see five companies from China showcasing their automobiles to the North American audience. CBU is
putting together this half-day seminar to better understand China’s emerging automobile industry, its current situation and future trends, and its potential impact on the North American and the glogal automobile market.
As an attendee, you are guaranteed with the following benefits:
* Learn about the latest development of China’s automobile market, its movers and shakers;
* Understand the future potential and trends in China to better prepare for new challenges and opportunities;
* Meet top executives from Chinese OEM exhibitors and listen to their presentations on the China market and their planned
If you feel you have not been rewarded with the above at the end of the seminar, CBU guarantees a 100% refund of your
conference fees. As Conference Chair, I urge you not to miss this value-added high-level event.
Wayne W.J. Xing, Ph.D., Conference Chair