Bloomberg Opinion columnist
Anjani Trivedi is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering industrial companies in Asia. She previously worked for the Wall Street Journal.
Why does the world need so many cars, anyway?
Global automakers are slashing production forecasts, which will cost the world hundreds of thousands of cars in the coming months. Yet any worries about this outcome belie the underlying problems of an industry marred by slowing sales and brimming output before the pandemic. In reality, the latest cuts will only help a much-needed (even if painful) rebalancing of the sector.
Nissan should step out and go it alone
In periods of distress, it's sometimes better to eschew the comforts of companionship and go it alone.
At Hyundai, it's still very much a man's world
Shame. One of the world's biggest investors and some of the most influential proxy advisory firms just stuck another nail in the coffin of corporate governance reform in South Korea.