WUHAN, CHINA – It will take another five to 10 years before domestic Chinese automakers enter developed Western markets, an analyst says during the 2013 Global Automotive Forum. The West is "not a market where you can fit a lot of competitors," Bill Russo, president-Synergstics, tells attendees during an Oct. 17 panel discussion here. Russo, also a senior advisor to Booz & Co. USA, discusses the challenges China faces in becoming a major player in the automotive ...
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