Brains over brawn

Frink, Lyle
February 2006
Automotive News Europe;2/20/2006 Supplement, Vol. 11, p21
Trade Publication
Highlights the efforts of the automobile industry in eastern Europe to prove its ability to handle research and development (r&d). Proliferation of companies that invest in r&d in the region according to Ladislav Glogar, head of Visteon operations in Czech Republic and Slovakia; Stages of the development of an r&d capability; Views of Renault and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn on the development of the eastern industry.


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