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The moment that… millennials rewrote the rules on car usage

How can automotive and mobility brands meet the needs of tech-savvy youngsters ‘in the moment’?

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E-hailing puts brakes on traditional mobility

New global study reveals that many consumers are giving up private cars for car sharing in the world’s biggest cities.

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How can luxury car brands survive ‘touchpoint explosion’?

Kantar TNS Sinotrust’s CONNECT media touchpoint study surveys luxury car buyers in 100 Chinese cities to improve understanding of touchpoint management for luxury car brands.

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Meet the rising Chinese auto brands at Shanghai Auto Show

2017 Shanghai Auto Show can refresh your understanding of Chinese automobile companies.

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Consideration for pure EV is high

But lack of public charging infrastructure prevents people from placing orders.

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90s generation least willing to buy car online

A recent TNS Sinotrust survey shows that compared with other generations in China, the 90s generation are least willing to buy cars online.

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About 10% Chinese adult are diabetes patients while another 36% of them are in the pre-diabetes stage. This situation is similar to that in the United States.

Redmi Note 4X boosts Xiaomi’s rally in urban China.

Indonesia’s strongest brands are 8% more valuable than last year – worth US$71.6 billion. BCA leads the ranking for a third year, growing 13% to US$10.5 billion.

‘Millennials’ is a commonly used concept in marketing and offers a convenient demographic cohort for multinational companies to understand consumer segments. But does this concept work in China?

Growth of ad spending in China shows a slight rebound in the first half of this year as the decline of traditional media advertising revenue stabilises.

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