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NY Car Show: China, faltering U.S. recovery the risk- CEOs

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 01:16

Mar 28 - Auto execs are optimistic for future growth in their industry, but the CEOs of Nissan, Jeep and others point to a slowdown in China and any bumps in the road of the U.S. recovery as the biggest risks

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There's a lot of energy and excitement at this year's New York International Auto Show and why knocks the auto industry has finally rebounded. After a very deep recession just a few years ago still what could derail this recovery that's underway. I asked several CEO it's just that. Engines of that it -- of the growth of the global market today. Are mainly China. The other bricks short should be growing and their poverty of the US market we're not counting anything you -- a -- and Japan so. I think that the biggest risk is the faltering Chinese economy. It's -- mind to just vote for families and images from businesses I think we need to cities and -- right in the industry. I just would like to see he continues. To be positive about the economy and -- -- employment. Well for the industry. Without that it's very tough. Certainly there are some risks in Europe no question about it but there's also a lot of opportunities. Around the world so I wouldn't be too -- Missed it I hope that's been politically in the moment of today's students have been lives and that's the case -- -- the -- -- industry. Can grow in the future.

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NY Car Show: China, faltering U.S. recovery the risk- CEOs

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 01:16