Canada sales rise, but Big 3's share slips

English, Bob
February 2001
Automotive News;2/12/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5916, p61
Trade Publication
Provides updates on the automobile industry and trade in Canada. Increase of the automobile sales market; Decline of the market share of General Motors, Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler; January sale of the three companies; List of car and Truck sales in January; Measurement of the trade deficits of Ford and Chrysler.


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