Mei: Competition in China has moved away from price to quality.
Quality, not price, was the main factor Chinese consumers considered when buying new vehicles in 2011, according to J.D. Power and Associates. Quality, taken together with brand reputation/reliability and recommendations from family and friends, formed the top three reasons influencing a purchase decision, J.D. Power said at a media briefing held in Beijing on Feb. 10 citing data from a recent survey of new car buyers in China. The top three reasons accounted for 42% of the survey ...
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