Flint, Jerry
May 2009
Forbes Asia;5/25/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p21
The article presents the author's comments about whether Chrysler Corp. will be able to survive despite being bankrupt. The author says that he does not expect the residents of the U.S. to buy Chrysler automobiles because the resale values of these automobiles will decrease and dealerships will be closed.


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