European auto makers are driving into 2011 with the anticipation of an upcoming new industrial policy that will set a competitive strategy for sustainable growth through cooperative efforts among all European Union stakeholders. The European Commission’s latest move in this direction is to re-launch the “CARS 21 High Level Group on the Competitiveness and Sustainable Growth of the Automotive Industry in the European Union,” a long title for an advisory group of auto industry and ...
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