How high is up?

Crain, Keith
September 1999
Automotive News;9/27/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5839, p12
Trade Publication
Comments on the implications of the declining value of the American dollar against the Japanese yen on the automobile industry in the United States. Availability of cheaper American goods in Japan; Comparison between the economies of the US and Japan.


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