From 2021 to 2023, Chinas annual export volume of automobiles exceeded 2 million, 3 million and 5 million units respectively, surpassing Germany and Japan and becoming the biggest auto exporter in the world.

In this years National Peoples Congress (NPC) and Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) sessions, also known the Two Sessions, many delegates involved in Chinas auto industry made suggestions and proposals for the further development of the auto industry.

Yin Tongyue, NPC deputy and President of Chery Auto: China should immediately build automobile export management system and promote the development of auto financing in the overseas market. To maintain a fast development momentum in the global market, Chinas auto makers must constantly improve their brand images based on high quality products and sound after-sales service network.

Feng Xingya, NPC deputy and General Manager of Guangzhou Automobile Group: with many uncertainties in the global market, Chinas auto makers should take a host of measures to strengthen their overall competitiveness abroad.

Zeng Yuqun, CPPCC member and President of CATL: China accounts for over 60% in the worlds power battery industry. Still, faced with cutthroat competition and instability of power grid, China should make relentless efforts to make technological innovations, build state-level battery quality laboratory and actively participate in developing international battery standards.

Zhang Xinghai, CPPCC member and President of Seres Group: Enterprises in the upper stream and downstream of the automobile industry must work more closely. Financial supports should be given to those auto spare parts enterprises, especially those privately owned ones. In addition, Chinese enterprises must strengthen their cooperative with their foreign counterparts in cutting carbon emissions and carbon footprints.