Better than expected, China’s auto sales rose on year and on month for the second successive month in May after a 21-month continuing drop, up 14.5% on year or 5.9% on month to 2.2 million units, mainly due to the government’s preferential policies and robust demand for trucks for infrastructure construction, according to the release from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on June 11.
China’s sales of excavators for both domestic and overseas customers for May had rose on year for the third successive month, up 68% on year, as end-users had been booking in anticipation of more construction projects in the coming months, according to the latest statistics from the China Construction Machinery Association (CCMA) on June 9.
The combined gross profit of enterprises in China’s auto industry surged 29.5% on year during April, according to the latest release by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on May 27. The sector received a moderate boost from the rise in sales last month – reflecting the lift in demand that had been delayed by the battle against COVID-19 – but market sources warn that the handsome profits would be difficult to repeat.
China’s production of air-conditioners dropped by 24.8% on year over the first four months of 2020, though the pace of the decline slowed marginally from the 27.9% decrease seen during January-March, according to the latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). Demand for the units has not fully returned, and concerns about retreating global demand and hovering high stocks saw makers continue to restrain production, market sources said.
Sales among China’s eleven major auto manufacturers declined by a large 19.9% on month or by 13.9% on year to 351,000 units over May 1-10, according to statistics from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) published on May 13. The decline in sales indicated that actual demand for new vehicles remains soft, Mysteel Global noted.
China’s production of white goods with air conditioner in particular, slumped 10-30% on year for the first quarter of 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak first in China in late January and then the worldwide starting early march, according to the latest statistics released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
China has decided to prolong the granting of subsidies on new-energy vehicles (NEVs) as well as the exemption of purchase tax on them by two years to 2022, according to a news video from the official website of China’s State Council broadcast late on March 31. The new policy is to stimulate automobile purchases amid the slowing national economy.
As market had expected, both China’s auto sales and production slumped in February as the COVID-19 hit China’s economy and many industrial sectors hard, and the sales fell 79.1% on year and the production decreased 79.8% on year, the latest release from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on March 12 confirmed the dismal.
China’s production of air conditioners, refrigerators and washing machines witnessed rises in 2019, mainly thanks to the stable demand tracking the domestic property market and to increasing demand for China-made appliances from abroad, according to the latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
US-headquartered electric car producer Tesla delivered the first ‘Model 3’ cars made at its new factory in East China’s Shanghai to Chinese consumers on January 7, exactly one year after beginning construction on its Gigafactory, a combination car- and battery-making plant, in Shanghai’s Lingang Area.
国家统计局：中国的白色家电生产混合比1 - 10月二零一九年十一月二十零日
China’s production of the four major home appliance showed diverged results again in October, with output of air conditioners witnessing a decline of 2.1% on year or by a large 25.3% on month, according to the latest data released by China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has shed more light on a series of subtle and indirect economic stimulus efforts being pondered at its monthly press conference on November 15 in Beijing, and China’s steel market has sourced great support from these, as many of them relate to steel consumption.
China’s auto industry posted slower declines in both sales and production up to October compared with the paces over January-September, with the former down 9.7% on year and the latter down 10.4% on year, according to the latest statistics from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on November 11.
中国的1 - 10月挖掘机销量创下历史新高二零一九年十一月十二日
国家统计局：中国的1 - 9月空调产量增长6.4％，同比2019年10月23日
四种最流行的家电在中国的生产呈现分歧的结果比前九个月今年，与杰出贡献者的输出 - 空调 - 显示的6.4％，比去年同期增长将达到1.7万台，according to the latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). However, the growth rate was 1.5 percentage points lower compared with that over January-August.
Domestic production and sales of new-energy vehicles (NEVs) across China are showing signs of weakness, largely as a consequence of the central government’s move to reduce generous subsidies on NEVs that over the past few years had helped automakers to enjoy substantial growths in electric car sales.