Alfa's returning to U.S.--but how?

Miller, Joe
March 2000
Automotive News;3/27/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5867, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Fiat SpA's plan to use a partnership with General Motors Corp. (GM) to bring Alfa Romeo automobile back to the United States. Schedule of shipments; Logical step for GM to sell Alfa; Consumer demand for Alfa Romeo cars.


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