Despite crisis in Europe, more companies plan to increase production capacity than reduce it there.
PARIS – Thanks to Germany, the European auto industry is in moderately good shape, a survey by Ernst & Young finds. The country by country picture, however, is greatly contrasted, with the Italian auto industry practically in mourning. Ernst & Young contracted to have interviews conducted with 300 auto industry executives in Europe: including 75 in Germany, 60 in France, and 30 each in Spain, Italy and the U.K. Overall in Europe, 47% of those surveyed say the current ...
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