A KPMG study looks at where automotive executives think the industry is going.
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Canada maintains top 20 standing out of 136 countries but drops three spots.
KPMG study shows most top executives see disruption as an opportunity, not a threat.
KPMG quarterly survey see benefits but cautiously optimistic.
Industry surges with 9,800 employees forecasted in 2017, $1.8 billion in expected revenues.
Executives, however, believe ongoing challenges related to EV charging infrastructure will cause them to fail.
C-suites are overconfident about business challenges.
They claim to be managing disruptions but study suggests they aren’t backing that belief up with action.
High US dollar has helped despite rising office real estate costs and lower tax credits.
Key information is missing from annual financial and corporate responsibility reports
Study says Canadian manufacturers must look to innovation, new geographies to fuel growth.
KPMG study says almost 80% of chief execs expect to increase hiring over next three years.
Global focus may represent opportunity for Canadian market; new manufacturing technologies will drive future innovation.
Attacks continue to pose a mounting risk to Canadian business of all size, consultancy says.