LONDON – Europe’s auto industry is positioning itself to tackle competition from rising economies such as India and China by making full use of its competitive advantage in the areas of technology, reduced emissions and safety. The European Union recently announced a 10-year roadmap designed by its CARS 21 group that aims to develop a European automotive industry that prospers by making cleaner, safer cars at a price customers can afford. The group’s initiative, now passed to the ...
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