Ford, GM: Bad qtr. over, bad half ahead

Henry, Jim
January 2001
Automotive News;1/22/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5913, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the financial performance of the United States automobile manufacturers for the fourth quarter of 2000. Outlook for the industry in the first quarter of 2001; Decline in Ford's sales earnings despite the increase in its worldwide revenue; Net income from continuing operations of the General Motors; Reduction in the first-quarter production schedules of Ford, GM and DaimlerChrysler.


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