China Commercial Vehicle Forecast
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If you’re a company looking for insights into the Chinese commercial vehicle (CV) market, there is not another report quite like ACT’s China CV forecast. This quarterly report reviews the macroeconomics of China and dives deep into the transportation environment and industrial policies that impact the Chinese CV industry. In 2008, a partnership between ACT Research and China’s State Information Center was cemented by ACT President, Kenny Vieth. This relationship provides ACT Research with information to forecast CV demand in China for the benefit of western companies interested in the Chinese market.
Businesses that should be interested in ACT's China CV forecast are those interested in transportation fuel/energy; manufacturing of alternative fuel for CVs; or supplying equipment or financing to companies using, considering, or developing alt-fuel equipment/commodities/infrastructure as it applies to the China CV market. Other businesses are using this report to inform them of business cycle timing, planning, budgeting, employment, procurement, and financial modeling.
With this report, you will receive:
- Macroeconomic analysis – current data and forecasts
- Transport environment & industrial policies
- Analysis of current MD and HD truck markets
- Vehicle forecasts (by quarter for the current year and five-year annual forecast)
- Competitive landscape
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In addition to the report, subscribers gain access to:
- PDF’s of Previous Two Months' Reports
- Production Summary for Classes 4-8 and Trailers
- Classes 5-8 Retail Sales and Population Outlook
- Population and Scrappage 1990-2024
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- Regulation Information
- Glossary of Terms and Definitions
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