FRANKFURT – Continental sees opportunity for growth in China with its line of safety technology, particularly antilock-braking systems. “(The Chinese) want to be on the same level as the U.S. and Europe,” Ralf Cramer, head of Continental’s Chassis and Safety division, tells WardsAuto here. “They don’t want to wait 10-20 years for new technology.” Over the next five years, his group expects one-third of sales to come from Asia, with China accounting for 20%. ABS will be the bigger driver ...
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