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High Noon in the Automotive Industry
High Noon in the Automotive Industry Helmut Becker 3540258698 9783540258698 The automotive markets of the industrialized world are saturated. There is no longer any growth for the growth-minded automotive industry. This situation
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High Noon in the Automotive Industry by Helmut Becker

The automotive markets of the industrialized world are saturated. There is no longer any growth for the growth-minded automotive industry. This situation is not fundamentally changed by countries like China, India, and Eastern Europe, their markets are too small and develop their own automotive production. As a consequence, automotive industry sees a cutthroat competition, leading to an explosion of new models and rebates. This book offers an impressive analysis and gives a sound forecast for the global automotive industry in the next ten years. Expecially, the book offers a thorough analysis of the 11 big automotive companies in the world and their outlook for the future. It answers important questions: Who will survive, who will drop out? What will be the consequences for suppliers? Which regions will loose, which will win? Dont miss this breath-taking insight into the struggle for survival of the automotive companies

Author: Helmut Becker

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 261

Publisher: Springer

Publication Date: 2006-01-13

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ISBN: 3540258698


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