Icahn sells Federal-Mogul Corp. stock

October 2001
Automotive News;10/22/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5954, p30
Trade Publication
Reports developments in the automotive industry of the United States as of October 2001. Effect of changes in highway safety regulators to resistance standards for vehicles by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Expectation of General Motors Corp. to double sales in China; Effort of Kia Motors America Inc. to choose a marketing head.


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