TOKYO – Japanese auto makers should be wary of, and prepared for, the coming of “Chindia,” a new study shows. The speculative and intriguing look at the possible impact of China and India, combined – particularly on the automotive world – in 2020 provides some awesome numbers. The 213-page report by CSLA Asia-Pacific Markets, a securities firm with headquarters in Hong Kong, concludes that 14 years from now the two Asian nations will be a potent force, accounting for 17% of the world’s ...

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