Breaking the Conventional "Win" and Selling Worldwide
At the GMC Presidents Forum in Xiamen on May 8, 2012, the chief executives of more than 100 manufacturing companies in Fujian gathered to discuss how to deal with the export dilemma under the financial crisis. Many people in the business community said in an interview with the China News Agency that opening up emerging markets in ASEAN and BRICS countries has become an effective way for Fujian manufacturing companies to get out of the predicament.
Yang Wangzhang, Chairman of Fujian Dacheng Motor Group, was invited to attend the forum as a Chinese high-quality manufacturer. At the meeting, he discussed with the company's consulting expert Yu Shiwei about the international development of the industry economy. He said that Fuan Motor's exports in China can be described as three-pointed First, in recent years, the growth of the European and American markets has been sluggish, and profits have plummeted. Southeast Asia has become an emerging destination for Fu'an Motor exports. The European and American markets are fiercely competitive, and Chinese electrical machinery companies generally can only export OEM products, while the ASEAN market also favors Chinese independent brands, which enables Chinese companies to obtain more than double the profits of exports to Europe and the United States. "At present, 30% of our company's products are exported to the Southeast Asian market." That is, in the past 4 years, Dacheng Motor's turnover has increased by about 50 times ...
As an e-commerce platform that connects Chinese companies and foreign buyers, GMC's marketing director also said that in fact, emerging markets still have a large demand for traditional Chinese export products. Only high-quality Chinese-made products can be favored by buyers.