Thoughts about tomorrow

Crain, Keith
December 1999
Automotive News;12/13/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5852, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of the projected increase in telecommuting on the automobile and transportation industries in the United States. Increase in number of home offices; Decrease in demand for automobiles and highway construction.


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