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European trade unions.odt

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Administrative Studies
Course Code
ADMS 2600
Professor
Christa Wilkin

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Article #1 The article talks about the increased levels of competition among the automobile industry in Europe and the rise of the Japanese automobile industry and other emerging economies around the world. It examines how the European automobile industry has responded to these challenges both at home and abroad and also the negative impact it has had on the economic stability of the nation. Western Europe is considered to be the weakest region compared to the U.S and Japan in the automobile sector and it has been argued that the European industry in general is in danger of being squeezed in by the Americans on the one hand, and by the Japanese on the other (Donnelly, 2002). Japanese firms currently hold about 12 percent of the Western European market. Japanese presence in international markets has made itself quickly and the success of their products shocked the industrialized world, particularly the U.S and Western Europe. The Japanese had produced high quality automobiles in a relatively shorter time, which gave them a distinct advantage over their counterparts and had significantly contributed to their success in the global automobile industry.Almost all the car manufacturers in the automobi
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