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EY: Changing Lanes 2014-2015

This fact-filled seven-page report summarizes EY's 2014-2015 global survey of 100 C-suite executives at carmakers and suppliers to determine the five main themes that will dominate their agenda through 2014 and beyond.

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This fact-filled seven-page report summarizes EY's 2014-2015 global survey of 100 C-suite executives at carmakers and suppliers to determine the five main themes that will dominate their agenda through 2014 and beyond.

The study finds the industry continuing to seek improvements in profit margins. But a primary focus among executives this year is institutionalizing the flexibility their companies need to response quickly and effectively to unexpected shifts in currencies, competition, resource availability and economic conditions in emerging market.

EY says continued volatility is the new norm for business. Executive report high interest in building new relationships with customers, finding ways to sustain competitive advantage, learning to use analytics more effectively and better managing their human resource capital.

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