Look for importers to hold their U.S. market-share ground over the next five years – thanks to the Big Three. Foreign auto makers have been chipping away at domestic market share over the past two decades, but it will be U.S.-owned brands that do much of the import-related damage between now and 2007. Off-shore manufacturers, once relegated to competing in narrow segments, have expanded their product lineups and the North American capacity to produce them. At the same ...
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