A new global automotive study predicts by 2020 worldwide light-vehicle sales will rise 73% to 107 million units and carbon-dioxide emissions compliance will cost auto makers $117 billion. The study, conducted by 19 Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts, also predicts growth in emerging markets and changes in consumer behavior could shrink industry profits by $26 billion in the timeframe. International members of the Goldman Sachs team, based in the U.S., Europe and Asia, believe the next ...
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