DETROIT – Visteon President and CEO Tim Leuliette says industry players looking to survive on the traditional strength of the U.S. market, or the types of vehicles it has historically produced, soon will meet grim consequences. “The world has changed,” Leuliette tells a meeting of the National Assn. for Business Economics at a branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago here. “China is growing, Asia is growing, and that is where we are spending our money.” The ...

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