TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Like many regions in Western Europe, the U.K. is coming to grips with the likelihood that more auto manufacturing jobs will migrate east, where wages are lower and investment incentives are higher. U.K. auto making to decline, says Jeremy Burne, auto sector specialist with the British Consulate. “Realistically, because of the way Western Europe is structured and the opportunities that are offered by much lower-cost labor markets in Eastern Europe, it’s ...

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