Beijing International Auto Show

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The Beijing International Auto Show is on its sixth day. And we focus now on luxury carmakers’ bid to get a larger share of the Chinese mainland market. They’re unveiling their latest models to woo China’s new rich– which has grown exponentially in the last year.

Another high-end automaker that’s also trying to make a play for the world’s biggest car market is Italy’s Maserati. CCTV’s Xia Cheng spoke to its CEO and asked him what makes China’s car market so special.

Maserati Sees Stronger China sales

Maserati Sees Stronger China sales

Another high-end automaker that's also trying to make a play for the world's biggest car market is Italy's Maserati. CCTV's Xia Cheng spoke to its CEO and asked him what makes China's car market so special.
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The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers say Car sales rose nearly 14 percent to about 22 million vehicles. But how much of those sales are by Chinese automakers and how are they doing in the global auto market? Karl Brauer, senior analyst for Kelley Blue Book provides an answer to these questions.

Karl Brauer on Chinese Auto Sales

Karl Brauer on Chinese Auto Sales

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers say Car sales rose nearly 14 percent to about 22 million vehicles. But how much of those sales are by Chinese automakers and how are they doing in the global auto market? Karl Brauer, senior analyst for Kelley Blue Book provides an answer to these questions.
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