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Transcript: Governments actions to promote exports The main companies that were established for assembly of cars are: Accelerated growth 16% annual. Financed by foreign investment. Divided into: assembly of cars. manufacture of automobile parts. The car industry is a growing market in Uruguay. International Trade Monday 30th June Competition Chery-Socma: China. 2008: Oferol plant, Uruguay. 54% Argentina, 46%Brazil. Models: Tiggo and Face. Lifan: China. Plant: San Jose. 2012: acquisition Effa Motors. Models: 320, 620, X60. Industry Kia- Nordex Korea. Plant: Colón. 100% Brazil. Model Kia Bongo. Renault- Nordex Associated with volvo. Uruguay & Argentina. Premium Trucks. Geely Nordex China. Almost 100% Brazil. Emgrand EC7. Growth Agreements with Argentina and Brazil: tariff of cero. 2008 treaty with Brazil. Agreement with Mexico: tariff of cero. First year: required only 30% of national content for new products. Fifth year onwards: 50% Main destinations: Very concentrated Uruguay vulnerable. Assembly of cars: 62% Argentina. 36% Brazil. Automobile parts: 37% Brazil. 40% Argentina. 23% others. Destinations The main companies that were established for automobile parts are: de Fuentes - Rodriguez Bader Germany. Car leather upholstery. Plant: San Jose. Affinia: EEUU. Replacement parts. Plant: Montevideo. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Spain and Paraguay. Cinter: Exhaust Pipes. Fisher: Supply plants. Marfrig: Car leather upholstery for luxury vehicles. Takata: Airbags seat belts and other safety products. Car Industry Companies with Asian origin. Two ways: contracts with existing production plants. settle new plants. 2013: 15.000 cars exported with a value of U$S 261 million. 2015: expected 30.000 units of cars with a value of U$S 600 million.

Car Industry

Transcript: With the crash of the stock market and may people losing their jobs. The automobiles weren't getting sold, which resulted in companies losing more money and more jobs being lost. With the mass production there was overwhelming amount of product but no consumers to buy. Then easy credit came along. The End. Mass Production By: Jordan Cherry All Better? Rock Bottom When lower classes had the money to buy an automobile they did. This resulted in more jobs, and more automobiles sold. This created mass production. Mass production, created more supply and reduced consumer cost. But once you make a lot of one product they won't always be sold. The Beginning The automobile industry started off only being for rich people. It was never sought out that automobiles would be for middle class and lower class people. Until Henry Ford came, he introduced the assembly line which created more jobs for the working man. He also made automobiles that were so basic that they could be sold to middle and lower class. It seemed that America had hit rock bottom. The Great Depression sank in and more people lost jobs. But companies would work to stay in business, when motion picture, radio, and television came they had another trick up their sleeve. Mass Advertising, it was a way to show their products to the people. But if people still didn't have money how would they buy the products. Easy credit was a way of companies telling people its okay you wont go into debt yet. Using the automobile industry as an example, what are the causes and consequences of major industrial transformation in the U.S. It took a lot of time for companies to recover, but with a lot of work and money they did. With the help of their workers they created welfare capitalism, which was that workers could buy stocks but would have to share the profit with the company. This was another easy way to get money, but it didn't always work out. The Crash

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Transcript: car industry about of c.i about a car ASTANA. KAZINFORM - The automotive industry in Kazakhstan is gaining momentum, Kazinform has learned from Khabar 24. Last year the output of domestic cars increased by 72%. The product value totaled KZT 185 billion. According to financiers, car manufacturing is becoming the fastest growing industry in the non-resource economic sector. The construction of a new car factory in Oskemen, East Kazakhstan region, will positively affect the scale of production as 60 thousand cars are expected to come off the conveyors of the new car plant in 2020. The company will additionally require around 1,000 employees. All of the products are manufactured at a plant in Kostanai, which has been operating for seven years. Every year, the facility increases its volume of exports to neighboring countries. statistics CAR INDUSTRY Kazakhstan’s car manufacturing industry doubled its production volumes in 2018 compared to 2017. More than 32,000 cars were produced in Kazakhstan in 2018. 30 percent of spare parts were produced in Kazakhstan. The manufacturers are set to increase the share of the locally manufactured parts to 50 percent. Sales for the Kazakhstan-made cars are increasing. The top five most popular car brands in Kazakhstan include four car brands manufactured in the Republic. In general, over the past three years, the demand for Kazakhstan-made cars increased from 17% to 49%. This suggests that cars manufactured in Kazakhstan are becoming more affordable due to financial measures such as concessional lending. It should be mentioned that by the end of 2019, the East Kazakhstan automakers are planning to deliver 30,000 new cars to dealerships. “We send a lot of equipment to Russia and Tajikistan and we are considering other countries. Our export volumes are increasing thanks to the policy of our state, which help us to cooperate with other Central Asian countries and Russia,” chinese industry chinese car As incomes in China have risen, so have Chinese consumers’ interest in products that were previously out of their reach. Automobiles fall squarely into this category. In 2005, approximately six million vehicles were sold in Greater China. In 2012, that number had climbed to nearly 19 million, making Greater China the largest automobile market in the world. While this exceptional compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.1 percent is not expected to continue, there is no doubt that Greater China will remain the number one carbuying nation for years to come. Market Recent Accenture research confirms that when it comes to deciding which car to buy, Chinese consumers rely predominantly on four factors: friends and colleagues, family members, manufacturer websites and social media The automotive industry in China has been the largest in the world measured by automobile unit production since 2008. Since 2009, annual production of automobiles in China exceeds that of the European Union or that of the United States and Japan combined. PICTURES PICTURES The Landwind X7 (left) and Range Rover Evoque (right A BYD coupé (left) and a Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class (C209) (right statistics The number of registered cars, buses, vans, and trucks on the road in China reached 62 million in 2009.[13] The consultancy McKinsey & Company estimates that China's car market will grow tenfold between 2005 and 2030.[14] China had about 250 million cars by the end of June 2019, according to the Ministry of Public Security European brands Auto-sales-statistics-China-Mercedes_Benz_A_Class_L-sedanSo European brands actually still did pretty well in China last year, and the dominant market leader Volkswagen saw a tiny decline of 0,3% to improve its stranglehold on the market to 13,4% as the brand enjoyed a third consecutive year above 3 million sales. In 2010, both sales and production topped 18 million units, with 13.76 million passenger cars delivered, in each case the largest by any nation in history. In 2014, total vehicle production in China reached 23.720 million, accounting for 26% of global automotive production

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Transcript: What is the future? Car life-cycle Acquisition of raw materials Production and manufacturing Transportation Usage of the car Recycling CO2 emission naturally presents in the atmosphere human activity affect negatively the main human activity that emits CO2 is the combustion of fossil fuels, like gas the three biggest factors of emission are: electricity (38%) - generated by fossil fuel industry (14%) Toyota, General motors etc Outline Car industry Egerszegi Csaba, Kecskés Bianka, Karácsonyi Vivien, Iván Judit No definite moment in the history first automobile 1896 (Henry Ford) Cutting tailpipe CO2 emissions Green supply chain Innovation Eco-design Recycling Trainings and consistent supervision of companies Environmental regulation Vehicle recycle Solutions & Strategies THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! 1, History & introduction to the topic - Csaba Egerszegi 2, Impacts & Problems - Bianka Kecskés, Vivien Karácsonyi 3, Solutions & Strategies - Judit Iván Impacts & Problems History & industry overview Comprehensive overview of the amount of waste we generate. Product life cycle full life cycle of products Transportation (32%) 2nd largest source of emission goods and people combination of fossil fuels - gasoline and diesel gives ⅓ of the world’s total greenhouse gas emission in the US the number of vehicle miles travelled increased by 35% between 1990 and 2012 growth of the population economic growth low fuel prices at the beginning of this period Greenhouse effect: caused by mainly CO2 and methane atmosphere gets warmer -> Earth’s surface gets warmer too Environmental impact The `Big Three` Huge role in global economy Company level Direct impact Indirect impact Impacts & Problems


Transcript: How it works 1 Development of the Automotive Industry Car-Manufacturing (costs) Safety Hybrid cars Electric cars Future image (concepts) The history of car safety started in 1869 in Ireland (first car accident) The first car safety-device was a four-wheel-hydraulic-brake-system In the 1930s safety glasses were included The year 1936, a backup-brake-system was invented by Hudson Terraplane In 1947 padded dashboards, headlights and disc brakes were invented 1958 a Volvo engineer invented a three point belt and headrests 1966 the USA decided for a more strength automotive safety They began to make crash test for public and they added a new law (passenger cars have to use seatbelts since 1984) The first big frontal crash test was in 1995 5 A Presentation by Walter Schneider, David Rech and Denis Faust 2 3 Car-Manufacturing Electric car Development of the Automotive Industry It produces his own electricity with his fuel cell (chemical reaction on Hydrogen and Oxygen) It emits water vapor you can drive over 500 km with a full reservoir Sources are one of the best candidates for future cars : - it is really silent - and hopefully soon replaces the common cars, because they produce to much pollution on the other hand : - you have to recharge the battery a lot - the electric cars are heavier than traditional ones - they are dangerous for pedestrians, because of their soundlessness Thanks for your attention! Hybrid cars 2 seats 15 kilowatt engine when full charged lasts about 118 kilometers release price probably 7000 pounds (8788.15 euros) Press shop, where automotive parts get produced Aluminium and steel components this materials form chassis Chassis gets painted with several layers creates equipment from resin molding the assembly gets attached into the chassis the inspection average costs by Volkwagen are around 18,743 euros 4 Automotive Industry Renault Twizy It needs three minutes on a hydrogen refuel station (electric cars need many hours on a power socket) The price is 50.000 euros in Japan Structure Future image Safety one of the most global industries, because there is production and purchase of cars all around the world huge increase of production- and sale units first steam powered car , 'farpier à varpeur' by Nicolas Joseph Cugnot first car within an combustion engine running on fuel gas, an ancestor of today's common cars, by Francois Isaac de Rivaz in 1807 first successfully working two-stroke gas driven engine, by Jean Joseph Etienne in 1860 other important car inventors Karl Benz and Henry Ford

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Transcript: The role of government: Encourage people to use eco-friendly cars Ban vehicles upward 3 years Encourage people to use public transport Vehicle operations Travel time and amount of fuel Road provision costs Insurance License fee Parking fee To answer the question "can we do without motor vehicles?", my answer is definitely no. Motor vehicle is not a luxury, it is a necessity which provides help in our ordinary life, and plays significant role in the economy . Safety Karl Friedrich Benz To conclude Research Question: Car Industry Fire trucks are the special vehicles, which are designed to fight the fire and other rescue operations. The main function is to carry certain amount of water and transporting firefighters along with other equipment to the scene of fire (Bonsor, n.d). If the people shift toward alternative fuels and energy sources Environmental impacts of motor vehicles. The role of society: Start using cycles Walk more Increase in production of automobiles year by year. Economic growth Over than 4 million people employs by the industry directly, and many more indirectly (Papatheodorou, 2007). Ambulance. According to report (as cited in The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), 328,551 lives saved, from 1960 through 2002. Primary providers of first aid are ambulance services, which are response at any time to medical and trauma related emergencies where appropriately qualified health care workers, provide disciplined and organized system (Gastonc, 2007) Those who oppose says that.. Those who oppose say.. Source: Auto Jobs & Economies Economic Significance Daily expenses First Inventors: Can we do without motor vehicles? Source: OICA According to report prepared by Allen Consulting Group “Australia’s GDP would be $7.3 billion smaller (in today’s dollars) by 2018 without automotive manufacturing”. It says billions in foreign direct investment would cease and the economies of Adelaide and Melbourne “would be devastated” if government assistance to the industry ceased. The report says employment would fall by around 1.5%. (The strategic role of the Australian Automotive Manufacturing Industry, 2013) However Any Questions? Arguments: Choose eco-friendly cars Emergency vehicles such as: Motor vehicle - self-powered road vehicle designed to carry a small number of people Oxford Dictionary (2010). Problems caused by pollution and global warming can be overcome: Recommendations: Safety: Global warming.When the fossil fuels are burned, vehicle emits certain gases, such as nitrous oxide (N2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2) into the layers of atmosphere, what is recognizable as greenhouse effect (London, n.d). Sharp increase in the volume of these gases in atmosphere, leads to intensification of greenhouse effect, which is known as global warming. Gottlieb Wilhelm Daimler Economic significance Background.. Reference: Allen Consulting Group. (2013, 4 November). The strategic role of the Australian Automotive Manufacturing Industry. Retrieved from Auto Jobs & Economics. (2013). Alliance Highlights Auto Industry’s Strength. Retrieved from Blincoe, L. (2002, May). The Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes. Report No DOT HS 809 446. Washington, America: Department of Transportation. Bonsor (n.d).HowFire Engines Work. Retrieved from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. (2014, April 17). Auto Makers Renew Efforts to Woo First-Time Buyers in China. Retrieved from Hartman, D. (n.d). The Effect of Cars on the Economy. Retrieved from OICA. (2014, January 1). Total Cars produced in the world. Retrieved from Papatheodorou, Y. (2007, January 5). The Automotive Industry: Economic Impact And Location Issues. Retrieved from Sycamore Firefighters Local 3046. (2005, January 5). Retrieved from Team I. (2007). The Automobile Industry. Retrieved from Pollution.According to research (as cited in The Environmental Impacts of Transportation) done by Dr Paul, motor vehicles are the sources of air pollution in the form of fossil fuels (gas, benzene), and solid waste emissions, which breed cancer, cardiovascular, asthma, and neurological diseases. In addition, issue, which arises due to global warming, costly affects our climate, health and our environment However.. Provide jobs. Complementary employment opportunities created by car,

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