Though the automotive tire industry has found itself in the hot seat around the globe these days, it's not getting much attention in China — good or bad. While international automakers vie for the spotlight, tire makers quietly struggle for dominance in the rapidly evolving market in China. China's tire makers, led by joint ventures involving the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Michelin SA and Bridgestone Corp., have reached a critical point in their development. Not only do the companies ...

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