Automotive news: Digest

February 2000
Automotive News;2/14/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5861, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the automotive industry as of February 14, 2000. Includes Ford Motor Co.'s victory in a court battle against blueovalnews.com; Delphi Automotive Systems Inc.'s signing of a licensing agreement with Tripac International to build and sell heat-exchange components based on Delphi technology.


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