Automotive News: Digest

September 1999
Automotive News;9/6/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5836, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the automobile industry worldwide, as of September 6, 1999. DaimlerChrysler AG's plan to modernize and expand its Kenosha Engine Plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin; Ford Motor Co.'s settlement with Michigan safety regulators investigating an explosion at Ford's powerplant in Dearborn; Appointment of Jerry Hirshberg to the board of directors of Nissan North America Inc.


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