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Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, 2012/01/27 - Car Audio Group decided to launch new strategies to boom car audio sales under the new car tax law in China - CarAudioGroup.com.
Car Audio Group announced that they launched new strategies to boom car audio sales under the new car tax law released in China. The new strategies are aimed at developing the new car owner market.
According to the statement from the State Administration of Taxation website on Dec 18, taxes will be reduced or even omitted on cars using alternative energy. This new law already started from January 1st 2012.
The new car tax law brought great impact to the car manufacturers, as well as the sellers.
“People are encouraged to buy cars using alternative energy,” Joseph said, a senior officer in Car Audio Group (caraudiogroup.com). “An increased trend in car sales may be achieved this year, with the help of the new tax law.”
Joseph pointed out that not only car sellers could have a good business, but car accessory suppliers for car audio, car stereo, car radio and auto radio would benefit from the new law.
“To some degrees, people may tend to choose a car with alternative energy,” Joseph said. “The sales on these cars will certainly boom the sales of original car audio.”
According to Joseph, there was a great business for original car audio makers, as new car owners would bring a huge demand on original car audio, car stereo, car radio and auto radio.
“Our team is already working on new strategies on sales to boom our business,” Joseph said. “Promotional plans are already on our table and will be launched to attract the new car owners.”
Discount prices on new car audio models are some of the measures mentioned by Joseph. With these strategies on sales, Car Audio Group is hoping to develop a great market share in the new car owners.
Car Audio Group (caraudiogroup.com) believes that car owners would spend more money on car audio upgrades because of the saving from the new tax law. Therefore, more plans with sales purposes were urgently needed at this stage.
“We have more plans are under working,” Joseph said. “We know time is urgent and we hope these plans can be launched in the following months.”