Eggs, bread -- and a discount Daewoo

Farhi, Stephane
June 1999
Automotive News;06/28/99, Vol. 73 Issue 5826, p46
Trade Publication
Reports that French supermarket giant Casino is selling heavily discounted new Daewoo cars without the approval of Daewoo Automobile France. Possible impact on the Daewoo network in France and the future of Europe's care-retailing laws; Selling price for Daewoo Nubira; Daewoo dealer price for the same car; Impact of the block exemption on prices of cars.


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