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    Automotive Industry

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    The automotive industry is compassed to six different manufacturers‚ General Motors‚ Ford‚ Toyota‚ Honda‚ Volkswagen and DaimlerChrylser. All six of these companies operate in the global competitive market place. Globalization in the automotive industry has moved fast or accelerated during the late 1990’s‚ because of the building of the important overseas companies and all the mergers between the companies. The specialists would to have indicated that the expansion of the foreign commerce in the

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    Economics Automobile Industry There is no industry more present in the world-wide community than the automobile industry. The automobile has changed the lives‚ culture‚ and economy of the people and nations that manufacture and demand them. Ever since the late 1800s when the first "modern" car was invented by Benz and Daimler in Germany‚ the industry has grown into a billion dollar industry affecting so many aspects of our lives. There are more than 400 million passenger cars alone on the roads today

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    Case study of automotive industries in Thailand Contribution of MNC’s in automotive industry: Most of the developing countries consider that the automotive industry will move the country toward an intensive industrialisation by creating a large set of related businesses. Thailand aims to be regarded as the Detroit of Asia. The country has engaged in the last few decades in the development of the automotive industry‚ with a special focus on domestic auto-assembly. Thailand is the world’s

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    Automotive Industry Essay

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    The Automotive industry is one of the biggest and most important industries in our today’s world. For many people today it is inconceivably to not own a car‚ since they are depending on it to get to work or several other places like holidays or relatives or even to just make the local shopping trip easier. Within the Automotive industry there are several interesting things to look at. Starting with the history of the industry all the way to looking at modern industries’ leading manufacturers changing

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    The French Automotive Industry

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    the french automotive industry analysis and statistics 2011 6.4 million m d te y l a tr ) re us bs ce ind jo a n e ct fr iv re n ot di s i om in er ut nd rk e a t a wo th rec to (di 2.3 million e id h w ncch ld reen ncres or f ffr rare –w o f f u n o inct le ioes s fa oP ctye eru n Pe ulo ra odP tum e Pr mfac u an 335‚000 1st industry s in a te (in nd d rm 20 ev s o 08 el f r ) in oP es fr me ear a n nt c ce bu h dg et v by ehic th fr le ro en s w ug ch er ho m e

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    SWOT analysis of Hyundai This is Hyundai Motor Company SWOT analysis for 2013. For more information on how to do SWOT analysis‚ please refer to our article. Company background Name | Hyundai Motor Company | Industries served | Automotive | Geographic areas served | Worldwide | Headquarters | South Korea | Current CEO | Chung Mong-koo | Revenue | $ 70.226 billion (2011) | Profit | $ 6.910 billion (2011) | Employees | 57‚105 (2011) | Parent | Hyundai Motor Group | Main Competitors

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    Automotive Industry and Car

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    Company History Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (PERODUA)‚ established in 1993‚ is a joint venture company between Malaysian and Japanese partners. The shareholders of Perodua are UMW Corporation Sdn Bhd with 38% stake‚ Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. (20%)‚ MBM Resources Bhd (20%)‚ PNB Equity Resources Corporation Sdn Bhd (10%)‚ Mitsui & Co. Ltd (7%) and Daihatsu (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (5%). Perodua mainly produces small-compact cars therefore does not directly compete with Proton for the

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    AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN TURKEY The automotive industry in Turkey plays an important role in the manufacturing sector of the Turkish economy. The companies operating in the Turkish automotive sector are mainly located in the Marmara Region. Last year‚ Turkey produced up to 1.2 million motor vehicles annually‚ ranking as the 6th largest producer in Europe and the 16-17th largest producer in the World.[citation needed] With a cluster of car-makers and parts suppliers‚ the Turkish automotive sector

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    3. Facts Bearing on the Problem 4. Discussion 5. Conclusion 6. References 1. Executive Summary: The German automotive industry with about 720‚000 jobs is one of the biggest industries and dominant employers in Germany and one of the biggest automotive industries in the world (Herbst‚ 2009). With brands like Mercedes Benz‚ Volkswagen‚ Opel‚ BMW‚ Audi and Porsche this industry is major in car manufacturing and technology. According to Taylor (2010) Volkswagen “is the No. 1 automaker in Europe

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    providing better customer service and provide faster communication between suppliers‚ manufacturers‚ and customers in the value chain. Obviously Dell and Ford are part of two different types of industry‚ one being a computer manufacturing company and the other part of the auto industry‚ it does not seem to right to implement exactly the same form of "virtual integration" that Dell is currently using. In fact‚ there would be several challenges and risks that Ford would face by implementing

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