As the global automotive industry copes with the effect of the supply-chain disruption caused by Japan’s devastating March 11 earthquake, analysts debate whether Chinese suppliers could fill the gap. “It’s no doubt a disaster for Japan, but a great opportunity for the Chinese,” says Benjamin Wey, president of the New York Global Group advisory firm, which also has headquarters in Beijing. The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission, the official economic-development arm of ...
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