Auto Components Working Group Position Paper 2016/2017 - 汽车零部件工作组建议书2016/2017 Go back »


The Auto Components Working Group was created in 2000. It consists of over 80 European and other foreign companies involved in the manufacture of auto components, machine tools for production of auto components and automotive assembly lines. They also import and distribute auto components and provide after-sales services. An independent aftermarket (IAM) Desk was established in October 2014, by Auto Components Working Group members, which pledges to explore the possibilities of applying a European Union (EU) Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (MVBER) to improve the accessibility of the IAM business to suppliers through advocating the improvement of existing laws and regulations,1 which includes the Access to the Vehicle Repair and Maintenance Information Methods (RMI Methods), Auto Sales Management Methods (Sales Methods) and the Anti-Monopoly Guideline in the Automotive Industry (AML Guideline).

The working group has fostered ties with various relevant organisations and government bodies in Europe and China.

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