Big three automakers agree to increase minority business

March 1998
Jet;03/09/98, Vol. 93 Issue 15, p9
Reports on an agreement brokered by the administration of United States President Bill Clinton which will have automakers General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co., and Chrysler Corp. doing more business with minority-owned supply companies.


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