Led by Ford and General Motors, Canada sales up 12% for month

English month, Bob
February 1999
Automotive News;2/15/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5806, p17
Trade Publication
Discusses automobile and light truck sales in Canada as of January 1999. Market leaders; Includes Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp.; Market share distribution; 15.9 percent decline in DaimlerChrysler AG's sales.


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