In an effort to make his end of DaimlerChrysler more important, Smart Chief Executive Ulrich Walker believes small cars will dominate the world market by 2010. He is saying small car market share should grow to 50 percent by that time. Perhaps he is saying this just for fun, because Smart is not in the U.S. or in China. How would they take advantage of all that growth unless they are in the right markets? When the asked about coming to the U.S., Walker said no decision has been made. With the ForTwo being developed for the U.S. market, it seems odd that there is much of a decision to be made at all.
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