Haitong hosted, on September 7th, in London, the pioneer event Mobility 2.0 where senior executives from leading Chinese and international companies were able to meet and have one-to-one meetings. China is fast becoming a leading disruptor in the global car industry as its companies look to develop products in the rapidly expanding markets for electric and driverless cars as well as to invest in companies worldwide that will aid international expansion. Nissan improved to fifth place from seventh last year and is valued at $24.8 billion compared to $17.8 billion in 2016. Graduates of the Automotive Engineering degree program move the automotive industry into the 21st century and beyond. Extended warranty companies offer different plans for used vehicles and new vehicles. Additionally, they will know their company’s policies and coverages from top to bottom.
Success in 2030 will require automotive players to shift to a continuous process of anticipating new …Read More