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Japanese Manufactuers in US Luxury Car Market A

Japanese Manufactuers in US Luxury Car Market A. .... This research examines the early penetration by Japanese manufacturers in the American luxury car market. ....

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GM'S CADILLAC AND THE LUXURY MARKET

.... 1991, p. 83). By 1989, the foreign manufacturers' share of the American new car market had reached 32 percent. In 1990, the foreign ....

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Luxury Auto Market

.... This research explores the luxury car market within the United States and considers strategic options for a company entering this market. ....

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AB Volvo Case Study

.... The company has been particularly successful in the United States, where it has an admittedly small market share of the overall car market, but where it has a ....

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Ford Escort & Mercury Tracer

Ford Escort & Mercury Tracer. The small car market in the United States has increased in importance since the gas crisis of the mid-1970s. ....

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Marketing Mix for the HEV

.... Market indicators show that although a slump has been reported in ChinaÆs car market, GM posted record first half sales there and outperformed its rival ....

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MITSUBISHI MOTORS

.... recently edged out Honda as Japan's third-largest maker of vehicles in terms of sales, it had continued to lose ground in the domestic passenger car market. ....

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Toyota Motor Corp.

.... Toyota also faces increased competition from American car manufacturers in the American car market. American car manufacturers do ....

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Marketing Analysis of General Motors

.... 1990a). In small trucks, the import market share is approximately one half that of import share of the passenger car market. Ford ....

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General Motors

.... Thus, General Motors held a 36.2 share of the total domestic passenger car market in 1988, which was, by far, the largest market share in the industry. ....

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Import of Japanese Products Restrictions

.... market share erode through 1989, at which time it began to stabilize.6 By 1989, the foreign manufacturers' share of the American new car market had reached 32 ....

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GENERAL MOTORS AND THE DOLLAR

.... In the mid 1960s, the foreign share of the American new car market was low, and the share of the Japanese manufacturers was minuscule. ....

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Market Conditions That Face Ford

.... Ford does not compete in the high-end luxury car market under the Ford brand (the Jaguar line competes here, however), so profit margins are less for the ....

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Marketing a Korean Car in China

.... Hyundai, and Korean car makers in general, have an advantage in marketing to China which makes their products especially attractive to the Chinese market. ....

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Marketing Plan

.... This creates a used-car shortage. Usually, a strong used-car market presages strong new-car sales, but that apparently is not the case. ....

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Lotus Esprit Turbo

.... There are high levels of profits to be made at the upper end of the car market, and consumers in this segment are interested in appearance and performance ....

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General Motors Saturn in Japan

.... By 1985, foreign auto-makers controlled approximately 30 per cent of the American car market, and consumer confidence in the quality of American automobiles ....

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Bendix Corporation

.... Analysis of Facts Although the American car market has been slow to adopt EFI and associated technologies, Bendix licensed the technology to Bosch (a European ....

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FORD AND GENERAL MOTORS ANALYSIS

.... Industry Overview The American car market remains a significant market in the global auto industry, although it is no longer the dominant market. ....

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Mazda Company Analysis

.... The companyÆs strengths include its new product introductions, its position in the sports car market, its alliance with Ford, and its competitive strategies. ....

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Financial Problems a. The market equilibrium price is $6.

4-3 a. The market equilibrium price is $6 .... 9-1 If I keep the car for one year, it costs me the interest that I could have earned on the $8,000 difference between ....

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FORD WERKE AG

.... firm will continue to face formidable opposition from General Motors in an attempt to regain the number four position in the European new car market (Ford-Werke ....

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Mercedes Benz Advertising Plan

.... States. Its cars are sold throughout the world; within the United States, the company focuses on the luxury car market. Its offerings ....

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Japanese Auto Imports

.... Where are Bush’s crocodile tears for the American auto industry, which has watched the Japanese increase their share of the US car market in the past few ....

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Automotive Industry in US and Japan

.... are recognized, General Motors has created a division which has, in its brief history, established itself as a strong contender in the American car market. ....

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Profile of Chrysler Corporation

.... None the less, we must acknowledge that Chrysler's position in the car market is rather close to the point where its product would lack the visibility profile ....

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BMW Series 5 Autos In Great Britain

.... According to its 1995 annual report, the "car market remained very competitive and the Motor Division recorded operating profits of ,4.0 million a large part ....

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Electric Cars

.... This company already has the car and a target market of considerable size and should be able to make a dent in that market over the next few years whether the ....

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The sports utility vehicle (SUV)

.... opportunity. Luxury cars commanded a 9.6 percent share of the passenger car market in 1990, yet had only 8.2 percent in 1995. Chevrolet ....

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Strategy of Toyota Motor Corp.

.... tends to question the goals and values that motivated the previous generation, with potentially far-reaching results both on the Japanese car market and on the ....

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