TOKYO – The world today has two speeds: advanced industrial nations are adapting painfully to life in the slow lane, while developing nations are perking along at an enviable pace. In a recent, wide-ranging discussion at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan here, analysts from Global Insight Inc. explain the effect on the global auto industry. Measured by real gross domestic product, accelerating annual economic growth in China, India and other emerging markets will ease up in the ...
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