China on path to claim 68% share of auto infotainment systems shipped worldwide

Global shipments of Chinese made automotive infotainment systems will jump 40% in 2006, forecasts iSuppli. Infotainment design services in China are surging with a 57% share of Chinese-made infotainment products, equal to 48 million units in 2006. Multinational original equipment manufacturer (OEMs) and Taiwanese original design manufacturer (ODMs) are increasingly seeking Chinese design services.
By 2010, China will be on a path to become the global manufacturing center of auto infotainment industry, attaining a 68% share of all such systems shipped worldwide. By 2010, China's automotive infotainment system production will rise to 80 million units from 47.7 million units in 2006. iSuppli also believes that China's share of global automotive infotainment design services business will expand from 18% in 2005 to  whopping 40% by 2010.

CD Systems will have the greatest opportunity among all products, with shipments expected to reach 28 million units in 2006. Other key products include Cassette systems, Video/DVD systems, and Navigation systems.

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