Full Speed Ahead For China's Car Market
"With the average citizen in China barely earning $1,000 a year, the worlds carmakers are catering primarily to the creme de la creme. Not only are luxury car sales here far outpacing the markets overall growth, but even the priciest cars are finding takers. GM officials expect China to eventually become Cadillacs largest overseas market, second only to the United States. Their market studies show that Chinese consumers like their cars big and roomy and luxurious, as Americans do. Fuel-efficiency ranks low as a priority, mainly because fuel is not taxed."
Thanks to Richard Layman