June 2000
Automotive News;6/26/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5881, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on developments related to the automobile industry in the United States as of June 26, 2000. Possible changing of Nissan Motor Co.'s corporate logo; Ford Motor Co. Advanced Technology division vice president Neil Ressler's plan to retire; Lansing, Michigan city official's annexation of farmland for General Motors Corp.


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