Autoline TV Panel Tackles Chinese Intentions in the Automotive Market
U.S. automakers have invested heavily in China, and, for years, in varying degrees by company, they enjoyed great growth. They taught their Chinese partners much about auto manufacturing and retailing. Now they are losing sales to Chinese automakers. Profits are declining.
“Made in China 2025” is an ambitious Chinese program to globally dominate key technologies, including artificial intelligence, and industries, including the automotive industry. This has significant implications for the U.S. automotive industry.
Autoline TV aired a segment on the Chinese intentions in the automotive market over the weekend. China expert Michael Dunne, CEO of a consultancy called ZoZo Go, shares his insights and warnings about what is likely to happen with Autoline host John McElroy and panelists Michelle Krebs of Cox Automotive and Joe White of Reuters.
Source: Cox Automotive