TITLE

GM, N.J. dealers compromise

AUTHOR(S)
Harris, Donna
PUB. DATE
December 1999
SOURCE
Automotive News;12/6/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5851, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the agreement that General Motors company dealers in New Jersey will accept higher invoice process on new vehicles in exchange for an increase in the warranty parts markup. Law adopted by New Jersey that makes it easier for dealers to calculate their retail parts markup; Agreement between the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers and DaimlerChrysler company.
ACCESSION #
2641744

 

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