Cars for the world: China focuses on exports

103, this was the number of the week in mid-July for veteran car expert Michael Dunne. This was the percentage increase of Chinese car exports. As the Chinese Passenger Car Association (CPCA) announced, exports had more than doubled compared to the same period last year. According to its report, about 760,000 passenger cars had been shipped from China to markets around the globe through May, – already matching total exports in the COVID-19 battered year of 2020. “China is launching a relentless push into markets around the world,” Dunne says. “Keep a lookout for more Chinese models on German, British, Italian, and especially Australian roads. This is where China’s exports have doubled in 2020.”

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