Caterham, like all the other carmakers is now wondering about a way to increase sales and the idea was to enter the Asian market.
China is the first one on the list and so Caterhan signed an agreement with an import company called Courtenay Trading International (CTI) that will help selling the Seven model. This will actually be a premier for the Chinese market as until now the Seven was only available on the Japanese marker.
David Ridley, Caterham Cars' International Business Manager declared that he is very excited about making this important step and entering the Chinese market and this is why he became very sure about the world success.
The CTI is planning to set an agreement with six retailers in China and hopes to sell between 30 and 50 units in its first year.
The model will be present in China starting next year, in January of 2012.
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