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re: CSR opens new automotive design centre in Germany
J3rrYcid   10/24/2012 8:18:31 AM
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Being based in Germany where many of the world's top auto makers are also based is a good idea. It can easily find huge demand for its products because more and more cars are incorporating in-car infosystems and entertainment. http://www.carid.com

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re: CSR opens new automotive design centre in Germany
John Marry   2/11/2013 10:51:12 AM
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CSR's success in the automotive sector is incompatible as because of its new strategy and techniques used in it. Also, the team is applying extensive skills and automotive experience to progress it. http://www.wheelfire.com/



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