Asia's Car Trouble
The perfect market. That's how the world's carmakers viewed Asia until just a few months ago. Rising incomes, hundreds of millions of potential buyers--the ingredients seemed in place for the biggest car-buying binge in automotive history. The Japanese, Europeans, Americans, and Koreans all rushed to get in on the bonanza before it was too late.
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