Wielgat, Andrea
July 2003
Automotive Industries;Jul2003, Vol. 183 Issue 7, p4
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the automobile industry as of July 2003. Introduction of DaimlerChrysler's Smart car in the U.S.; Investment interest of Volkswagen AG in Eurocar; Transfer of the Pathfinder sport utility vehicle of Nissan from Japan to Tennessee.


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