TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Foreign auto makers may have systematically absconded with 21% of North American market share from the Big Three since 1978 but investing in a transplant operation is not a decision to be taken lightly, an interim report suggests. Transplants face their own challenges and experiences upon entering the North American market, concludes an initial study by Cap Gemini Ernst & Young revealed at the Management Briefing Seminars being held here. The study included the ...

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