STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 2001..

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    • BRACING FOR THE INEVITABLE: AFTER 7 YEARS OF STRONG SALES, AUTOMAKERS GET READY FOR A DOWNSHIFT IN DEMAND / BY DREW WINTER. -- PANIC IN DETROIT: DAIMLERCHRYSLER'S JIM HOLDEN PAYS THE PRICE FOR STUTTGART'S JITTERS / BY ALISA PRIDDLE. -- IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT: GM'S NEW CEO IS OPTIMISTIC BUT READY FOR THE DOWNTURN / BY DREW WINTER. -- GM CHIEF SEES TROUBLED DAEWOO AS KEY TO COVETED KOREAN MARKET / BARBARA MCCLELLAN. -- FORD'S NASSER UPBEAT DESPITE FIRESTONE FALLOUT / BY DAVID C. SMITH. -- TOYOTA NORTH AMERICA: 2 MILLION SALES TARGET SET FOR AMERICAN MARKET BY MACK CHRYSLER. -- BIG WHEELS KEEP ON TURNIN': PROUD HONDA KEEPS ON BURNIN' / BY MIKE ARNHOLT. -- ANOTHER BANNER YEAR FOR TRANSPLANTS: NORTH AMERICAN OUTPUT TOPS 4 MILLION LIGHT VEHICLES / BY MIKE ARNHOLT. -- CANADA'S ON A ROLL: INDUSTRY SHOWS NO SIGNS OF LETTING UP / BY ALISA PRIDDLE. -- NOT CRAZY LIKE A FOX: NO ELECTION YEAR COLLAPSE PREDICTED FOR MEXICO / BY BRIAN CORBETT. -- BRING IT ON!: MARKET HAS TO STUMBLE BEFORE IT CAN STAND / BY TOM MURPHY. WARD'S A
  • Publication Date: 2000-12

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  • Accession Number: 00905054
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Northwestern University, Evanston
  • Files: TLIB
  • Created Date: Apr 12 2001 12:00AM