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Get to Know the EY Global Automotive Center

The Ernst & Young Global Automotive Center brings together more than 7,000 dedicated automotive professionals around the world and operates across all sub-sectors of the industry to help companies.

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The Ernst & Young Global Automotive Center brings together more than 7,000 dedicated automotive professionals around the world and operates across all sub-sectors of the industry to help companies:

Prepare for the mega trends shaping the industry's next decade

Identify advanced mobility solutions and opportunities

Manage your capital agenda

Deliver measurable, sustainable improvements in the performance of your business

Develop entry strategies for emerging markets

Click HERE to learn more about the Ernst & Young Global Automotive Center.

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