By on November 21, 2009


“Rolls-Royce said Friday the market for its super-luxury cars was picking up dramatically across Asia as the effects of the global financial crisis recede,” says AFP.

“We’re fast coming out of the financial crisis and China and India look like they will lead the way out in 2010 on a feel-good factor,” quoth Rolls-Royce Asia-Pacific regional chief Colin Kelly.

Rolls-Royce expects sales in the alleged poorhouses of China and India to grow to three-quarters of its total business in the Asia-Pacific region.

China accounts for 50 percent of Rolls-Royce’s Asia-Pacific sales, says the Mercury News. China overtook Japan to be Rolls-Royce’s biggest market in the region. The Middle Kingdom already consumes about 10 percent of Rolls-Royce’s global sales, all 106 of them. In a good year. BMW sells 1000 Rollers worldwide. They must have a reason why they go to all that trouble.

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