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This was received the other day:


Varese, 21st June 2010 - China, crossing a new border and opening up a new market for MV Agusta, whom successfully participated in the exhibition "Eicma China - The Motorcycle Show", supported by ICE and which took place during the last few days at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center of Beijing.

For three days the MV Agusta booth was crowded with enthusiasts and dealers: enthusiast and a very knowledgeable audience, fascinated by the story of the Italian brand and its models. The F4, the king of supersports bikes, and the Brutale, a perfect combination of form and substance, two bikes that are the pride of Italian products in the world.

The participation in Eicma China, a natural consequence of the growth strategy and expansion in the Asian countries, has become a real opportunity of commercial development thanks to a great many requests of purchase for F4 and Brutale and to the interest of many new dealers for the distribution of MV Agusta motorcycles in China.

On the basis of these flattering signs, MV Agusta has confirmed its decision of evaluating potential partners on the Chinese market in order choose a representative group that can hold up to the prestige and to the commercial prospects of the brand.
 

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We were there for that show. I was surprised to see MV there. Ducati and Benelli were there too! All in all the show was a bit of a disappointment as I felt they had a great opportunity to get tremendous regional participation but we saw mostly only Chinese companies there.

We saw only saw one Ducati 848 in the parking lot outside when we were there. Overall not many bikes in the city of Beijing.
 

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Cool...Now all the people that produce Nike's can buy one. :jerkoff:

You might have noticed the US and Europe are hitting deflation and won't be long until the bond markets wake up on your Govt debt. The population of China of late has had their purchasing power significantly increased.

The China market represents some great opportunities for the future. The US mass consumer market won't be anywhere near as large in not to many years from now.

The US market will not be the global driving force it once was which IMO, is a good thing because all the US market does is drive down prices and lower company margins. The rest of the world consumer markets have to then live with higher prices in order to subsidise US competition.
 

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You might have noticed the US and Europe are hitting deflation and won't be long until the bond markets wake up on your Govt debt. The population of China of late has had their purchasing power significantly increased.

The China market represents some great opportunities for the future. The US mass consumer market won't be anywhere near as large in not to many years from now.

The US market will not be the global driving force it once was which IMO, is a good thing because all the US market does is drive down prices and lower company margins. The rest of the world consumer markets have to then live with higher prices in order to subsidise US competition.
Sometimes it's good not to be a leader. Relax and chill out. Look the Oz and Kiwis, they are not doing too bad. Consumers aren't happier.
 
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