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Asian automakers still close to steel manufacturing


While Western automakers have signaled a deep change in the manufacturing of cars, the carmakers in Asia are still very tied to the traditional steel building, deterred by the costs. Companies like Audi, Ford or Jaguar Land Rover lead the way in the next generation aluminium construction process, while BMW, for example has went even further, investing massive amounts of money ...
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