Soaring fuel prices, environmental pressures and a weakening global economy are posing some of the toughest challenges to auto makers in a decade, with few easy answers in sight. This difficult environment offers plenty of fodder for the ninth annual Global Automotive Conference, which brings together executives, middle managers, service providers, government representatives and educators eager to discuss an industry undergoing unprecedented change. Ford’s Mark Fields, president-The ...
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