TAKE-A-LOOK-What's happening in emerging car markets


Vehicle sales are down and getting weaker in the mature markets of the United States, Western Europe and Japan, prompting automakers around the world to battle it out for a bigger piece of the emerging-markets pie.

With so much of the sector's growth depending on the BRIC markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China, the stakes are rising fast.

Reuters autos correspondents deliver a series of stories on the topic. To retrieve, double click on links in brackets. RECENT STORIES > China, India slowdown fuels tougher race for carmakers [ID:nT83766] > Stories from the Moscow auto show [ID:nLQ379637] > Fiat faces doubts about ability to meet targets [ID:nLP21601] > Indian vehicle makers rev up financing in risky turn [ID:nBOM260457] > Slowing economy, high fuel costs dent China car market [ID:nLC674415] EARLIER STORIES > Indian automakers shift into new areas for growth [ID:nBOM298224] > Indian automakers flex engineering, design muscle [ID:nBOM211022] > How green is my low-cost car? India revs up debate [ID:nBOM203931] > China in driver's seat for global green autos [ID:nPEK249466] > Dearer fuel may hit China's love of big cars [ID:nSHA144950] > Carmakers brace for tough race as China goes small [ID:nSP55692] > Carmakers eye Russia with hope -- and trepidation [ID:nT109802] > Brazil's auto industry cruises as economy booms [ID:nN23173283] FACTBOX > Ranking of world's top automakers [ID:nT89349] GRAPHICS > Shrinking markets https://customers.reuters.com/d/graphics/JP_ATOGRTH0808.gif --------------------------------------------------------------- --------- Reuters automotive contacts

Asia - Chang-Ran Kim (ran.kim@thomsonreuters.com)

Europe - Marcel Michelson (marcel.michelson@thomsonreuters.com)

United States - Kevin Krolicki (kevin.krolicki@thomsonreuters.com)



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