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Profiling China's Heavy Truck Market

By : Eddie Huang, Martin Joerss, Geoff Kau Axel Krieger, Min Shao, and Chaogiong Wu

While oversupplied, China's heavy truck market offers attractive opportunities for OEMs willing to meet the evolving needs of their end customers. Winning players are taking fundamental steps to help customers increase their total value of ownership and achieve world-class levels of productivity and cost efficiency.

While boom times have characterised China's passenger car market over the past two decades, the country's heavy truck sector has experienced high levels of overcapacity and intensifying competition. The industry's current capacity utilisation ratio is under 50 percent and will likely remain at or below 75 percent through 2020. While the market itself will continue to face too much capacity, a number of new entrants have gained a foothold in China and have begun to capture large shares of the heavy-duty truck market


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Manufacturing the future: The next era of global growth and innovation

By : James Manyika, Jeff Sinclair, Richard Dobbs, Gernot Strube, Louis Rassey, Jan Mischke, Jaana Remes, Charles Roxburgh, Katy George, David O'Halloran and Sreenivas Ramaswamy

The global manufacturing sector has undergone a tumultuous decade: large developing economies leaped into the first tier of manufacturing nations, a severe recession choked off demand, and manufacturing employment fell at an accelerated rate in advanced economies. Still, manufacturing remains critically important to both the developing and the advanced world. In the former, it continues to provide a pathway from subsistence agriculture to rising incomes and living standards. In the latter, it remains a vital source of innovation and competitiveness, making outsized contributions to research and development, exports, and productivity growth. But the manufacturing sector has changed—bringing both opportunities and challenges—and neither business leaders nor policy makers can rely on old responses in the new manufacturing environment.


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Beyond the boom: Australia's productivity imperative

By : Charlie Taylor, Chris Bradley, Richard Dobbs, Fraser Thompson and Daniel Clifton

Australia has been riding the wave of Asia’s economic growth, supplying coal, iron ore, and minerals to meet unprecedented demand in China and other emerging markets. As commodity prices spiked in recent years, the country has attracted a flood of investment into its mines, processing plants, pipelines, and ports. More money has been invested in Australian resource projects in the past 5 years than in the previous 20.


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The growing role of emerging markets in aerospace

By : Christophe Bédier, Maxence Vancauwenberghe, and Wolff van Sintern

It would be easy—but wrong—to conclude from recent events in the aerospace industry that its globalization efforts have gone too far. To be sure, both Boeing and Airbus have discovered, in developing their new aircraft, that involving suppliers from around the world creates complex management, coordination, and design integration challenges. Nonetheless, McKinsey research indicates that the industry’s globalization remains in its infancy. China, India, and Russia are likely to emerge as significant players over the next two decades, a development that will give Western companies major short-term cost-reduction opportunities that they must capture.


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