Bochum, Germany, June 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- While each third General Motor car rolls from the assembly belts in China, it is only each fifth in the US. Also, Volkswagen produces more cars in China than in its homeland. The new report unveils the production shares of the ten largest carmakers in the ten most important countries for automobile production.
The development of these production shares since 2000 up to the most current available status in 2013 confirms that the internationalization of automobile production has become the main strategy for carmakers.
The new manufacturer report is available on http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com/en/automobile-industry/economic-trends/internationalization/internationalization-of-production-by-the-automobile-manufacturers.html
The second report publishes the rankings of the leading automobile countries since 2000. China has become the number one in the world for automobile production. In China more cars are produced than in the US and Japan together.
The new country report is available on http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com/en/automobile-industry/economic-trends/internationalization/internationalization-of-automobile-production.html