Flint, Jerry
September 2009
Forbes Asia;9/7/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 13, p31
The article reports on the sales performance of automobile sector in the U.S. in the midst of global recession. It notes that the annualized rate of the sales of cars in the country have been running by just under 10 million. It hopes that the year sales in 2010 will hit 11 million while 12 million in 2011. It presents the lists of vendor paying particular attention to market share including Chrysler, Ford and Toyota.


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