• 05-AUG-2010

  • By PwC

Car Assembly and Sales Remain out of Balance Globally, Says PwC

PricewaterhouseCoopers HQ, London
The difference between car sales and assembly so far in 2010 shows that a return to equilibrium is still some way off, according to PwC's Automotive Institute. Excluding inventory, global car production and sales are usually in balance, but crisis-based decisions of early 2009 have caused the automotive industry's normal equilibrium between sales and assembly to fall noticeably out of sync. Available video includes general views of PwC headquarters.