PARIS – The U.S. economy is on the verge of getting better, and autos will be the first to benefit from an upturn, say analysts at IHS Global Insight. But when it does recover, auto makers will have changed some of their strategies, and the U.S. market will look more like Europe, with four companies claiming shares of between 14% and 19% and none having 20%. It’s not hard to predict things will be different, with Penske Automotive Group and potentially Magna International Inc. becoming ...
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