Is the price right?

Davis, Bruce
April 2001
Tire Business;4/23/2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p11
Trade Publication
Reports the decline in the prices of retreaded truck tires in the U.S. Decrease in the usage of retreaded truck tires; Availability of the product; Impact of the decline in the prices of retreaded tires on the tire manufacturers.


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