Carmakers steer toward banking business

Henry, Jim
December 1999
Automotive News;12/13/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5852, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that car companies General Motors, Ford Motor Co. and BMW of North America are setting up their own banks as of December 13, 1999. Details of the planned banking businesses of the companies.


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