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Spending those Euros
Spending those Euros

PARIS — A surprisingly strong finish to 1998 saw Europe set a new sales record. Western Europeans bought 14,341,246 units, up 7.0 percent over 1997 and more than 1990's previous record of 13,516,728. Volkswagen, Renault and Mercedes-Benz each grew more than 10 percent for the year, thanks to...Read More»

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Week of December 6, 1999

STRONG NOV. SALES — MINUS GM, DCTOP 20 SELLERSNISSAN TO CUT BACK IN NORTH AMERICAIS THE SUV AFFAIR COOLING?HONDA DENIES GM STAKEGM STAKE IN SUBARU, TOO?EPA BLASTS CITIES’ SMOG PLANSNHTSA TO ADD BRAKE RATINGS?DODGE DROPS SPIDERMANRENAULT TO REVAMP DEALERSCADDY STS TO PACE LE MANSMEXICAN CAR...Read More»

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Week of November 29, 1999

NOVEMBER SALES JUMP; GM SHARE TO DROP?UAW ON EDGE IN LORDSTOWNHONDA TO DC: WE’RE NOT ON THE BLOCKMORE DC-PEUGEOT MUTTERINGSVW TO SPEND BIG ON NEW MODELSMITSU LOSSES MOUNTDC VAN SALES WILT WITH COMPETITIONASTRO/SAFARI CUTBACKS PLANNEDINDIANA IN LINE FOR SECOND TOYOTA PLANTFORD PLANS LUXURY-DEALER...Read More»

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Ramblings for Oct. 11, 1999

Changing of the guards This has been an eventful week for two new American racing teams. Johnny Herbert of the Ford-owned Stewart Formula 1 team won the European Grand Prix. This is only the second time a former F1 world champion has fielded a winning team bearing his name, a feat previously...Read More»

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Week of August 16, 1999

FIAT SAYS ‘NO COMMENT" TO TCC REPORTGAS PRICES HIT 22-MONTH HIGHSENTRA WILL BE "SULEV"FORD, HARLEY CRUISE TOGETHERGM, TOYOTA TO BUILD UTES?BEETLE IS BEST FOR FRONT PASSENGERCOBRA STANG RECALL?OPEL LOSES $440 MILLIONFORD TESTING CONCIERGE SERVICEFOCUS GOES LIVEGM GOES ONLINE FOR FUTURECHRYSLER...Read More»

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