Skoda to Increase Dealerships in China
(Beijing) -- Czech automobile manufacturer Skoda Auto A.S. expects to strengthen its presence in the China market by expanding its dealership network while further boosting sales in the country, according to Alfred Rieck, president of Skoda China.
During a forum in the Czech capital Prague, Rieck said that Skoda is aiming raise its 2010 China sales to 200,000 units. The company also plans to increase its number of dealers to 600 over the next five years. In 2009, the Czech auto brand, which is 100 percent owned by German auto giant Volkswagen, sold around 120,000 vehicles in China through its 185 dealers.
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