U.S., Canada makers lose 47,000 units

Domby, Debi
September 2001
Automotive News;9/17/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5948, p46
Trade Publication
Reports the losses of the automobile industry in the United States. Impact of the terrorist attack on the industry; Statistics on the damage; Schedule of plant overtime to cover up loss.


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