DETROIT – Auto analyst Steve D’Arcy is intent on debunking myths about China’s new-vehicle market. “Everything we hear about China is wrong,” says D’Arcy, co-global automotive leader at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, at a media preview to next week’s North American International Auto show. A common misconception suggests the Chinese market “has practical limitations,” and there is no way the nation of nearly 1.5 billion people will have more cars than people. D’Arcy agrees with that ...
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