On the historic automotive map of Asia, there was Japan, and then there was a collection of satellite markets. The relatively small, highly industrialized island nation has loomed larger than life, while ancillary markets – India, China and Southeast Asia nations – have represented more pipedream potential than hard sales and profits. Other established arenas, such as South Korea and Australia, have been strong but self-contained. But a new map is being created, reflecting an ...
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