FAW-Volkswagen Audi [electronic resource] : an overall definer of "luxury" cars in China (2001-2011) / F. Warren McFarlan, Jie Jiao, Shanshan Cao, Shuo Miao, Hao Jiao.
- London : Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, 2016.
- SAGE Knowledge. Cases.
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- Automobile industry and trade -- China.
- The FAW-Volkswagen Audi "trilogy" case describes Audi's development history in China and the problems it faces currently, as well as demonstrating the strategies employed by FAW-Volkswagen Audi in their thirty year business partnership. Between 2001-2011 FAW-Volkswagen Audi launched the "localization of the whole value chain" strategy, that is, localization in product development, procurement, production, marketing and other sectors. This strategy further guaranteed product quality while effectively reducing costs. The case focuses on how Audi responded to increased competition in the Chinese auto-industry, especially from other German car brands such as BMW.
- Originally Published InMcFarlan, F. W., Jiao, J. Cao, S., Miao, S., & Jiao, H. (2016). FAW-Volkswagen Audi: An overall definer of "luxury" cars in China (2001-2011). 0-516-312. Beijing: Tsinghua SEM China Business Case Center.
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- Jiao, Jie, author.
Cao, Shanshan, author.
Miao, Shuo, author.
Jiao, Hao, author.
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