IACOCCA TALKS ON WHAT AILS DETROIT Business should pick up by spring, says Chairman Lee. But Detroit needs more joint ventures both domestic and foreign, higher gas taxes, and a harder sell to catch the Japanese

Taylor, III, Lee Iacocca Alex; Morrow, David J.
February 1990
Fortune;2/12/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 4, p68
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