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CHINA and Indian will produce a combined total of 36 million motorcycles per year by 2010.

China and India are developing tougher emission control standards for vehicles in the upcoming years, driving the need for cost-effective electronic engine management systems.

Indian companies expect to manufacture 15 million two wheelers a year by 2010, up from 6.7 million in 2005, while China expects to make 21 million two wheelers a year in 2010, up from about 17 million in 2005.

The majority of these motorcycles will be scooters and motorcycles under 200cc. The UK motorcycle industry predicts an increase in demand for these bikes, however the main growth area won't be Europe, but developing countries in the East.
 

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China and India are developing tougher emission control standards for vehicles in the upcoming years, driving the need for cost-effective electronic engine management systems.
Nice. www.scion-sprays.co.uk , that's what I'm torqueing about these days. Affordable engine management for small engines. Initial target was USA utility engines for mowers, generators etc. but now working on some Chinese motorcycle applications.
 

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Thats a time issue.

Japanese auto companies have been in business since the 1930s while most Chinese auto companies are barely 2 decades old.

Up until the 1940s Japan didnt make anything good and Japanese products were considered junk too.
 
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