Auto industry hoping for another good year

Colón, Cynthia
February 2011
Caribbean Business;2/3/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p48
The article offers an outlook for the automobile industry in Puerto Rico for 2011. It states that the industry has recovered from a four-year economic recession in 2010 as sales has increased by 16 percent. It adds that the industry hopes for another good year due to the upswing in fleet and individual sales. Comments from several automobile executives are also presented including Ray Lugo from Chrysler Group LLC, and Carlos Lopez-Lay from the United Group of Automotive Importers.


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