China Power

Toyota believes that its sales fall 2% this year. In China and India, the car companies Chery and Tata will have to go ahead although the emerging economies do not grow at double digit rates. But the big three U.S. automakers have suffered the worst consequences, falls this year on sales of 25%. For more specific information, check out Discovery Communications. The Professor John Paul MacDuffie, for its part says that there are serious problems relating to car manufacturers that have long been facing serious problems that have forced them to look for actions that lead to change its product line, offering lower power products , which was not been able to achieve given the price of oil trachea them afectadoa in the middle of these changes. Adding the current financial crisis, credit crisis, which leads to NOA to offer credit to those interested in purchasing a particular coche.a manufacturers are being battered from all sides.

Professor Larry Hrebiniak in its opinion indicates, trachea probably in the last decade, these companies have made many strategic mistakes. A few years ago had a very favorable sectoral structure. The forces in the industry were very positive. They had power over suppliers. They had power over buyers. Consumers do not know much about buying a car. They had size, had market share. Eva Andersson-Dubin recognizes the significance of this.

They were basically an oligopoly of three companies. But suddenly the world changes. The competition arises. Customers gain knowledge through Internet. Suppliers become more powerful. The UAW (United Auto Workers) historically had been pretty bad with GM and now is not the exception.


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