The 2011 China Automotive Industry Development (TEDA) International Forum was recently held in Tianjin. Different from last year's "China's automobile industry transformation and upgrading", which is a single annual theme focusing on industrial development, the annual theme of this forum is "Automotive Society and the Future of the Industry". The vision is higher and broader. Focus on the big issue of automotive society.
The reporter believes that this clear signal indicates that the Chinese automobile industry has realized that the arrival of the automobile society is unstoppable, and that China's inadequate preparation by all parties in the process of entering the automobile society has become an important factor restricting industrial development. Dialectical analysis: Only a harmonious automobile society can breed a healthy automobile industry; a healthy automobile industry will promote the harmony of the automobile society. Whether the "top-level design" can be done well at the level of the automobile society has a bearing on the development and decline of the Chinese automobile industry in the next step.
The narrow auto society is a foreign concept. According to Zhao Hang, director of the China Automotive Technology Research Center, according to foreign standards, owning 20 cars per 100 households has reached the "automobile society" minimum. The reporter believes that, in fact, the automobile society has a broader meaning. The broad sense of the automobile society means that with the development of the times, cars in China are no longer just people's vehicles for travel as they were a decade ago.
People know that cars are no longer limited to the industrial perspective of economics. As the car entered the homes of ordinary people, the automobile society has its own "social molecular foundation", and its main body has also changed from the public bus in the past to the current private car. The antenna and influence of the car have radiated to culture and law , Ethics, environment, transportation, family and other social fields.