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This is a great analysis by Mark.My fave management guru, Peter Drucker said that the purpose of a business is to 'survive'. That is what needs to be addressed by every company in the world in the face of the financial crisis. If nothing else it will test the ingenuity and ability of professionals. Mass production may no longer be 'mass' or 'as mass', but the quality of products and choice must not suffer. Losing what Mark has described in this blog note would detract from everyone's life quality. Confidence will return as we all realise that we can survive and will need to seek the world's best cars.

Ken Charmer


Thanks dad :-)

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