25 percent mortality expected in Wisconsin

August 2000
Automotive News;8/28/2000 Anniversary Supplement, Vol. 74 Issue 5890, p30
Trade Publication
Focuses on the estimates of the 1942 business mortality rates of automobile dealers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Projection on the percentage loss of jobs; Problems in retaining automobile technicians; Comparison between automobile sales in 1941 and 1946.


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