Michael Dunne is president of Dunne Automotive, a Hong Kong investment advisory firm, and a contributor to Automotive News China. Michael Dunne is president of Dunne Automotive, a Hong Kong investment advisory firm, and a contributor to Automotive News China. You have to love an entrepreneur who puts his venture's chances of success at a piddling 5 percent and wins over powerful people to his vision anyway.
Michael Dunne is president of Dunne Automotive, of Hong Kong, which facilitates investments between the U.S. and China. Michael Dunne is president of Dunne Automotive, of Hong Kong, which facilitates investments between the U.S. and China. In a race between America's Waymo and China's Baidu for supremacy in autonomous vehicles, who would you bet on? My money is on Baidu, the dark horse.
US President Donald Trump is in China this week. His trade team is working hard to to secure greater access to China's massive and highly protected car market. In 2016, imports accounted for a mere 4% of the 28 million vehicles sold in the People's Republic. Where are the Keys to the Kingdom? Here below is a memo written by an auto industry veteran. He is offering special counsel to the US trade negotiators. The seasoned executive believes that getting China to open up requires tough talk.
Geely: In China market growing < 5% p.a. between 2016 and 2020, Geely plans to nearly triple, adding > 1 million sales.
2017: 1.28M (up 63%)
2018 (f) 1.6M
2020 (f) 2M
Note: GM 2017 sales up 4%, Ford down 5%, Hyundai down 38%. https://t.co/EMXaxHP5H2
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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