Sixty percent of our suppliers in China are global companies, and 40 percent are local companies. The focus of our export program is mainly on local companies.
The good news is that if we can find more companies that can fulfill our cost requirements and fulfill our volumes like Dicastal and Daimay, it will be a big plus for China.
My point is we have seen many of the global suppliers have a disinterest in exporting parts from China that could compete with themselves. That's why our office in Shanghai today has more than 200 people developing Chinese local suppliers. And next year we will have a much larger office in Beijing and Guangzhou as well.
Last time I visited Fuyao (Group), one of the largest glass makers. In the future it may become one of GM's largest glass suppliers. Based on the contracts, they will be a very big supplier. They are fast-growing.
We don't have a dominant glass supplier today because we typically source glass locally. But I think if Fuyao performs very well, it may become the largest. It may take five years.