The United States has become China's largest exporter of auto parts
HC Surface Treatment Reuters: "In 2014, China's exports to the United States amounted to 11.5 billion U.S. dollars, more than double the figure in 2010," Wang Xia, chairman of China's CCPIT Automobile Industry Commission, told reporters in Detroit that the United States has become China The largest auto parts export destination country.
China's auto import and export shows an active development trend. In terms of auto parts, China's exports to the United States increased from 5.37 billion U.S. dollars in 2010 to 11.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2014, more than double its annual growth rate. The U.S. exports of parts and components to China increased 1.5 times from 620 million U.S. dollars in 2010 to 1.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2014. China and the United States basically achieved a synchronized increase in the import and export of auto parts and components.
In the recent five years, the total export volume of Chinese cars to the United States decreased from 13,278 units in 2010 to 2,700 units in 2014. Although the number of vehicles dropped significantly, the export value has slightly increased. This is mainly due to the fact that Chinese car makers have adjusted the product mix of U.S. exports and increased exports of high value-added products such as passenger cars and special purpose vehicles in commercial vehicles. The U.S. exports of automobiles to China soared from 80,000 in 2010 to nearly 300,000 in 2014, and the export volume also witnessed a simultaneous increase.
With the continuous rapid growth of production and sales in China, the traditional market structure of "strong in Europe and the United States and the weak in Asia" was completely broken. The global auto companies including the United States all regarded the Chinese market as the main source of their strategic focus and sales growth. Of the automotive industry gathered in China a large number of resources, making China have the opportunity to achieve industrial strategy, product technology, marketing, capital and talent in five aspects of internationalization. Chinese automakers have shifted from their original learners and followers to competitors and resource integrators in the global industry, and this shift of roles will benefit more the global automotive industry.
Reporter noted that as of the end of 2014, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce filed for the record, the Chinese enterprises in the field of automobile investment in the United States set up 215 companies with a total investment of 1.46 billion US dollars. Among them, there are 5 R & D vehicles and 5 vehicle manufacturers with a total investment of 9.38 million U.S. dollars and 210 auto parts manufacturing and trading enterprises with a total investment of 1.366 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 94% of the total investment. In this regard, Wang Xia believes that the change from capital introduction to capital output signifies that the development of China's automobile industry has entered a new phase and the cooperation between China and the United States automobile industry will surely move towards a new historical stage.
Looking to the future, China and the United States, one is the largest developing country, one is the largest developed country; one is a new emerging automobile production and marketing power, one is a traditional automotive industry power. For China, which is currently transforming itself from a car power to a car power, the United States has a lot of good resources to utilize, advanced marketing tools, service mode, strong development management and resource integration capability. The talent strategy is worth learning from China. The huge United States In the same vein, for the U.S. auto companies, great opportunities in the Chinese market have yet to be further developed. The cooperation between China and the U.S. auto industry should be introduced from a simple product to a two-way investment and full cooperation Development, and cooperation based on mutual complementarity and mutual benefit not only contributes to the development of the automobile industry in both China and the United States, but also is of great significance to the healthy and sustainable development of the global automobile industry.