Dealer lobbies are at peace with factories

Harris, Donna
February 2002
Automotive News;2/4/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5969, p58
Trade Publication
Reports on the relationship between the dealer lobbies and the factories in the U.S. Status of the dealers of Ford automobiles; Cooperation between the two parties on franchise legislation; Opposition against the restrictions in the development of wireless communication.


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