Fitch believes that Asian manufacturers that have already suffered volume declines in the US will likely absorb any available US market share from a Chrysler and/or a protracted GM bankruptcy. This expectation is based on the assumption that either US company could cease production of some models, and/or that US consumers could lose further confidence in Chrysler and GM's vehicles. However, this possible benefit for Asian manufacturers may be tempered by a number of factors - the potential ...
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