More Chinese companies are popping up in Detroit as they prepare for the eventuality of a major...
More Chinese companies are popping up in Detroit as they prepare for the eventuality of a major Chinese auto manufacturer selling cars in the U.S. For the most part, the firms are flying under the radar, but the numbers are starting to swell. The Detroit Chinese Business Association now has over 100 Chinese-owned businesses in its membership with the largest percentage geared toward supplying the automobile industry. It's a trend to watch for auto suppliers (AXL, ARMH, ALV, BWA, CLC, DAN, FDML, GNTX, JCI, MGA, TEN, TRW, WBC) used to having a home field advantage with the Big Three automakers.
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