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  1. Global Powertrain Outlook 2017 - Diesel to be an Expensive Variant, E-Mobility and 48V to Boom & Unconventional Gasoline Engine Technologies to Surface - Research and Markets

    Global Powertrain Outlook 2017 - Diesel to be an Expensive Variant, E-Mobility and 48V to Boom & Unconventional Gasoline Engine Technologies to Surface - Research and Markets

  2. Research and Markets Has Announced the Launch of their Lotte Chemical Corporation Market Research Portal

    Research and Markets Has Announced the Launch of their Lotte Chemical Corporation Market Research Portal

  3. Ford Continues Drive to Be Global Electric Vehicle Leader, Reveals Industry’s First Pursuit-Rated Hybrid Police Car

    Ford Continues Drive to Be Global Electric Vehicle Leader, Reveals Industry’s First Pursuit-Rated Hybrid Police Car

  4. $110.42 Billion Automotive Lightweight Materials Market - By Material, Application, Component, Vehicle Type - Global Forecast to 2021 - Research and Markets

    $110.42 Billion Automotive Lightweight Materials Market - By Material, Application, Component, Vehicle Type - Global Forecast to 2021 - Research and Markets

  5. Tires Market for OE & Replacement by Rim Size, Replacement Market, Aspect Ratio, Section Width, Retreading Market and OHV Tires Market, Application, and Region - Global Forecast to 2021 - Research ...

    Tires Market for OE & Replacement by Rim Size, Replacement Market, Aspect Ratio, Section Width, Retreading Market and OHV Tires Market, Application, and Region - Global Forecast to 2021 - Research and Markets

  6. Global Rear Axle Market to Value $68.54 Billion by 2025 - Comfort, Safety & Security in Vehicles are in Demand - Research and Markets

    Global Rear Axle Market to Value $68.54 Billion by 2025 - Comfort, Safety & Security in Vehicles are in Demand - Research and Markets

  7. Ties That Bind

    Despite low fuel prices pointing toward the contrary, railroads’ competitive advantages remain strong against transportation rivals.

  8. Industrials: Stronger U.S. Dollar, Weaker Energy Activity Weigh

    Despite generally rich valuations across the industrials space, some pockets of value still exist.

  9. Railroads' Competitive Advantages Are Solid, but Challenges Lie Ahead

    Containers, coal, crude, and codes are investors' current concerns.

  10. Economic Moat Crossing Ahead: Railroads Advance to Wide

    Railroads bolstered our confidence in the persistence of excess returns via solid performance through the recent recession and coal weakness.

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