If you are a designer and you can say “tail fin” in Mandarin, Bill Barranco has a job for you. A high-level job. Demand for designers who speak China’s national language is contributing to a hiring surge described as a dramatic reversal from the cuts that prevailed two years ago as the industry wobbled on the cusp of a global economic meltdown. Back then, the market was rocked by austere measures such as the closure by Chrysler LLC of its renowned Pacifica design center in California. ...
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