CBU 4th Detroit China Market Seminar
Dear Automotive Executive:
China Business Update (CBU) and China Automotive Review (CAR) will present our 4th annual seminar in Detroit on China, to discuss China’s Road to Electrification: Government and Industry Responses. The seminar is sponsored by Ernst & Young.
New automobile sales in China are to hit 18 million units in 2010, surpassing the U.S. for the 2nd year and probably once for all in history.
China has drafted a long-term development plan for new energy vehicles and has designated to offer strong policy support for plug-in and pure electric vehicles in the next 10 years. There has a consensus among government officials, academics and industrialists that China should commercialize small and low-speed EVs, plug-ins and electric buses and tax fleets on its road to electrification. As a leading battery and EV manufacturer, BYD Co., Ltd. will return to NAIAS for the 4th consecutive year in January 2011 with its plug-in and pure electric vehicles.
As an attendee, you are guaranteed with the following beneﬁts:
* Learn about the latest developments of China’s automobile market, its movers and shakers;
* Find out why China has made a national strategy in favor of plug-in and pure electric vehicles;
* Understand China's potential as a global player to better prepare for new challenges and opportunities;
* Review China’s most recent government policies and industry responses on the road to lectrification;
* Meet senior executives from Chinese OEM and suppliers at a unique networking event during NAIAS.
If you feel you have not been rewarded with the above at the end of the seminar, CBU guarantees a 100% refund of your seminar fee. As Seminar Chair, I urge you not to miss this value-added event.
If you would like to become a corporate sponsor and take advantage of this unique event to market and promote your products and services, please contact email@example.com and find out about our sponsorship packages which include exhibiting at the seminar and advertising in our print and online publications
Wayne W.J. Xing, Ph.D., Seminar Chair