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Microsoft's Automotive Business Unit is a multidisciplinary group composed of product developers and business leaders in Redmond, Washington; Detroit, Michigan; Tokyo, Japan; and Munich, Germany.
Data were collected from the Chinese government publications, Chinese language newspaper and authorized magazines, Chinese automotive components industry associations and Chinese automotive components industry associations, local government's automotive components industry bureaus, automotive industry publications.
Tower Automotive supplies numerous vehicle parts to nearly every major automotive manufacturer in the world.
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At CAI, students can pursue a three-year Business Administration Automotive Marketing diploma or, a four-year Bachelor of Applied Business Automotive Management Degree, both unique in Canada.
Many in the automotive industry think that the 1394 rival MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport), which has a 24 Mbit/sec.
The Canadian automotive industry, which is in the middle of a severe cyclical downturn, is also looking to address the problem of excess supply.
The report provides objective analysis on Asian Automotive industry to explore the potential opportunities and challenges faced by the industry.
The site aims to provide an interactive forum for high-quality discussion and dissection of automotive news and trends, and encourages participation by automotive executives and others in the know.
Automotive MCU vendors show more interest in fields including air bag (especially side air bag), automotive electronic brake control (ABS, ESC and ESP), internal instrument panel, automobile navigation, audio equipment and bus lines.
com, a leading provider of online marketing solutions in the automotive industry, today announced its partnership with Ken Garff Automotive Group to streamline the group's Web sites and develop more strategic online marketing initiatives to help the group meet its 2007 expansion goals of 25-30 percent.
Seventy percent of these processors rely on automotive for at least 50% of their business.
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