The Asia/Pacific region is where most of the new production capacity action is expected to take place between now and the end of the decade. But that doesn’t necessarily mean auto making operations in North America and Europe will suffer the effects of increasing competition. In the past increased output in the Asia/Pacific – especially in Japan and South Korea – usually translated into a flood of imports into Europe and the U.S. This time around, much of the region’s ...
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