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Topic - Christopher Whalen
Detroit never quite adjusted to its more peripheral role in the auto world, said Christopher Whalen, an analyst at Zero Hedge.
"But today, the global nature of the auto industry probably means that factories are more likely to be located in the [southeastern U.S.] or Mexico to serve the markets of the U.S. and Canada," Mr. Whalen said, while the burgeoning consumer appetite for cars in China, Russia and other rapidly developing nations is being satisfied for the most part by factories within those countries.