January 2003
Wheels (00434779);Jan2003, p127
Presents news briefs on issues related to the automobile industry as of January 2003. Views of Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo on being the chief executive officer of Fiat; Information on the barter system applied by DaimlerChrysler for selling cars in Argentina; Plans of Saab for restructuring.


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