Consumers in emerging automotive markets expect auto makers to take an active role in the economic and social development of their country, says a new study conducted by TNS Automotive, one the world's largest automotive research companies. The study was conducted in 16 countries and finds consumers in developing markets such as Thailand, India and China rate auto makers higher in regards to corporate social responsibility than consumers in mature markets in the West. Buyers in immature ...
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