The South American Scene

Robinet, Michael
February 2001
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Feb2001, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p34
Trade Publication
Looks at the condition of the automobile industry and trade in South America in 2000. Percentage increase of automobile production; Number Ford and General Motors automobile model produced; Best performers among smaller automobile producers; Forecasts for Argentine automobile industry.


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