No frost on Jan. auto sales

Connely, Mary
February 2001
Automotive News;2/5/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5915, preceding p1
Trade Publication
Reports the decline in the January 2001 auto sales in the United States. Impact of the weather and higher fleet sales on the January sales report; Significance of the interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve Board to the sales; Claims of Jamie Jamieson, Chrysler vice president of sales and marketing, on the January sales condition.


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