DEARBORN, MI – The Asia/Pacific’s automotive market will continue its recovery in the near future, with expectations for markets outside of Japan to account for as much as half the growth in global vehicle demand throughout the next decade. “The outlook (is) very positive,” Global Insight Inc. (formerly DRI-WEFA) Asian Automotive Research Director Ashvin Chotai tells attendees at a conference here. “Asia is in a recovery-and-beyond phase.” The Asia/Pacific market has been ...
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