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Daunhotcongnghiep has been quoted by over 300 press and digital publications globally since its inception in 2010. To offer you a deeper understanding of the worldwide car markets, we work with a team of 50 correspondents around the world so we can deliver insights that are validated in real time on the ground. Our scope includes:

  • Top-level, prospect or in-depth analysis of specific markets or regions – over 170 markets covered
  • Forecasting by market, region, brand, model or alimentation
  • Competitive analysis for any car market in the world
  • Marketing, Advertising and Social Media strategy consulting and analysis
  • Pricing information for most markets in the world
  • Competitive and statistical analysis for the EV market in China covering 200 models
  • Complete monthly sales data for all markets in the Middle East

But don’t take our word for it and hear what some of our partners have to say about our services:

“Daunhotcongnghiep has been a crucial source of data and insight on several of our research projects relating to China’s automotive market, in particular insights about carmakers’ current and future strategies.”


Conor Griffin, Principal, The Economist Intelligence Unit – London UK

“Daunhotcongnghiep’s breadth of interest in the global car industry, as well as its expert sourcing of statistics, makes it a valuable resource.”

Nick Gibbs, Journalist, Automotive News – Detroit USA

“Daunhotcongnghiep is a reference in terms of sales data accuracy and updates.”

Felipe Munoz, Global Automotive Analyst, JATO Dynamics – Milan Italy

“Matt’s passionate knowledge of the worldwide car industry and all its fast-evolving trends make him an unmissable resource during the process of creating automotive advertising campaigns. We recommend his work.”

Carlos and Laura Sampedro, Creative Directors, Wieden + Kennedy – London UK

“Matt has a deep knowledge of the world car markets, especially China where he is one of only a few experts in the world who truly understands this market’s very specific trends and dynamics at play. As a result I have been collaborating with Matt for the past decade.”

Alexandra Legendre, Associate Editor in Chief, L’Automobile Magazine – Paris France

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STRATEGY: Is Africa the new China?

The future car buyers of Nigeria. Picture © Devesh Uba, all rights reserved. Africa is progressively shedding its image of a continent embroiled in poverty, corruption and never-ending wars. Yet the dramatic Ebola outbreak in Western Africa is a harsh reminder that the road to development is a long and tortuous one. Three years…

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Why Volkswagen is losing foot in China (Part 2/3)

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L’ Automobile Magazine and BSCB collaborate

Catching up on French car news. Returning to France for a few weeks is the opportunity for me to experience "live" our growing collaboration with L'Automobile Magazine, the #1 car magazine in France. Thanks to Deputy Editor Alexandra Legendre, BSCB is regularly mentioned in the magazine, such as in the…

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BSCB featured in Polish newspaper “Puls Biznesu”

Thanks to BSCB reader Adrian Stachowski I can share with you an article published on Polish business newspaper Puls Biznesu featuring BestSellingCarsBlog. This article was triggered by our coverage of the "best-selling cars you've never heard of" on British magazine Auto Express but also focuses on BSCB itself and its business model, using…

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Where is the Chinese market headed?

Prepare for blood... Discover the Top 8 trends currently affecting the Chinese market below. China's new vehicle market growth is smoothing out. The perception out there is that the entire market is slowing down, whereas only its growth is for now - a big difference. Some analysts say this is the beginning of…

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