Japanese suppliers in China (2): Southern and Central Regions
Highlight of activities in Guangdong, Hubei, Hunan, and Henan Provinces
The following summarizes the business activities by Japanese suppliers in Southern and Central regions in China for the approximate one-year and two-month period from April 2012
to June 2013.
Major Japanese OEMs including Toyota/Honda/Nissan/Mitsubishi, were affected by anti-Japan demonstrations. However, they announced that they would not change their investment plans and would continue to enhance their plants in China. This prompted Japanese suppliers to resume active investments. Many Japanese suppliers postponed or shelved their Chinese business plans including construction of new plants or expansion of existing plants immediately after anti-Japan demonstrations. These suppliers are currently pressing ahead with the expansion of their existing plants or the construction of new plants in Guangdong, Hubei, and Hunan Province, where Toyota, Nissan and Honda's plants are collectively located, and in Henan Province, where Mitsubishi, Fiat and VW have their plants (including the ones under construction).
Eastern China Region (Jul. 2013), Central & Southwestern China (Aug. 2012), Southern China (Aug. 2012),
Eastern China (Jul. 2012), Northern and Northeastern China (Jul. 2012),
U.S. (Jul. 2013), Mexico and Brazil (Jun. 2013), Thailand (Apr. 2013), South East Asia (Mar. 2013),
Russia and Eastern Europe (Jan. 2012), India (Nov. 2012), Mexico and Brazil (Oct. 2012), U.S. (Aug. 2012)
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