The agreement by the World Trade Organization to reduce import-export red tape may lead to a seismic shift in the global automotive sector, an industry expert says. Peter Cooke, professor emeritus of automotive management at Britain’s University of Buckingham, tells WardsAuto that major emerging markets without a substantial auto sector may create capacity because of the deal. Highlighting Pakistan and Indonesia as examples, Cooke says the removal of complex import rules that impede ...
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