Global car and truck production is heading toward an annual rate of some 90 million units by 2011, with growth in all regions, based on the current outlook by Ward’s AutoForecasts. The biggest gain on a volume basis will be in the Asia/Pacific region – thanks especially to China. But surges in South America and the rest of the world will cap Asia/Pacific’s share of the global output pie at current levels, while two other major regions will lose share. The rise in worldwide output will ...
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