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19 Jul 2006  |  North America
Country Industry Forecast-Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Mexican Automotive and Transportation Industry
Mexico is faced with increasing demand for mobility. This trend is expected to stay in Mexico during the medium term. Conducive factors like increasing per capita income, growth in consumer credit, and greater affordability among the growing middle class consumer base are responsible for this trend. Mexico has a huge young and employable population...
23 Jun 2006  |  North America
The Mexican automotive industry has attracted a great deal of interest from the leading automakers across the globe due to its inherent cost differential in the manufacturing process and geographical proximity to the United States. Over the last two years, the industry witnessed a surge in its domestic demand, greenfield investments, and a growing ...
29 May 2006  |  North America
The Mexican Automotive Industry is faced with challenging business conditions.Implications of the 2006 Presidential Elections, phase-in of U.S. EPA Tier-II emission norms, EPA with Japan, and other key political and policy developments are expected to have far-reaching effects on its manufacturing and specifically on automotive industry.This Countr...
20 Apr 2006  |  North America
Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry
The Canadian Automotive Industry is faced with challenging business conditions. Aging baby boomers, changing consumer preferences resulting in emergence of new growth drivers for the industry, availability of skilled labor in the future, Canada-U.S. border congestion, and growth of public transit system are all expected to have an impact on the veh...
11 Apr 2006  |  North America
The Canadian Automotive Industry is faced with challenging business conditions.Persistent excess capacity,sluggish motor vehicle demand,rapid consolidation of major automakers,appreciating Canadian dollar, rising energy prices, political instability,and policy changes are some of the key growth determining forces for its automotive industry.This Co...
25 Oct 2005  |  North America
The U.S. automotive industry witnessed some sweeping changes in its operating environment during the period 2004-2005. This research service addresses the falling combined market shares of the U.S. automakers, legacy and warranty costs of the U.S. automakers, Delphi's bankruptcy and its fall out on the U.S. auto parts suppliers. It covers the major...
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08 Jan 2003  |  North America
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21 May 2002  |  North America
This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the automotive industry in the United States over a period of ten years, from 1995 to 2005. Trends of political, business policy and macroeconomic factors for the U.S. economy are analyzed and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the automotive industry and its major ...
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