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Subject: World's top ranked automakers Date: 2/2/2013 10:21 AM
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Rank Company (Country)

1 General Motors Company (United States)
2 Volkswagen Group AG (Germany)
3 Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan)
4 Hyundai Automotive Group (South Korea)
5 Ford Motor Company (United States)
6 Nissan Motor Company (Japan)
7 PSA Peugeot Citroën S.A. (France)
8 Honda Motor Company (Japan)
9 Renault S.A. (France)
10 Suzuki Motor Corporation (Japan)
11 Fiat (Italy)
12 Chrysler Group, LLC (United States)
13 BMW (Germany)
14 Daimler AG (Germany)
15 Mazda Motor Corporation (Japan)
16 Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Japan)
17 Dongfeng Motor Corporation (People’s Republic of China)
18 Tata Motors Ltd (India)
19 GEELY Motors (China)
20 Beijing Automotive (People’s Republic of China)

World Top Ranking Car Companies
by Toperz Team • Sunday, January 22nd

Sorted out By Brand Name Of Car ,rank ,name, location Of Car Production then its inner branches internal ranking from top to bottom


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Why do I care? Because Geely made the list as the second largest China based automaker, because it is a private Hong Kong listed company, not a PRC state owned enterprise, and because they've seen fit to partner in a joint venture with pip-squeak Kandi Technologies [KNDI] to develop electric vehicles which are missing from their current lineup.

Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. (0175.HK) -HKSE
http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=0175.HK%2C+&ql=0

Geely Company Brief
http://www.geelyauto.com.hk/en/cb.html


The Kandi Story continues to evolve more or less according to the screen play. The car industry is capital intensive and a tiny startup has little or no chance of making the big leagues on their own, specially in such a mature industry where consolidation and not diversification is the rule. The only way Kandi can grow fast is by making alliances with established and better funded companies which is precisely what Kandi has been doing these past two or three years since they got into the pure EV business. Kandi is partnering with provincial governments, the largest Chinese electric utilities, battery makers and with other auto makers. Kandi has also bought up some production facilities for their own use. The biggest danger I see for individual investors is KNDI being bought out. With each joint venture this risk lessens as the purchase price rises and more partners have a reason to oppose Kandi getting acquired.

Denny Schlesinger
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