DETROIT – Several U.S. cities have been lobbying the Society of Automotive Engineers to relocate its World Congress, but the organization has no interest in leaving this hub of automotive development and home to North America’s largest auto makers. Robert Chalker, SAE International’s director-sales and marketing, would not identify the interested cities but says some have offered financial incentives and other inducements to host the Congress, a week-long confab attended by more than ...
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