Japanese engineers find greener pastures with Chinese automakers – Nikkei Asia

Growing carmakers snap up talent, while Honda and Nissan tighten belts
GUANGZHOU — The poaching of a former Toyota Motor ace engineer by a government-owned Chinese automaker took many in the industry by surprise.
Masato Katsumata had spent more than 30 years at Toyota, mainly in the engineering division. He oversaw a full revamp of the Camry sedan as its chief engineer and was involved in numerous overseas projects.
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