North America Automotive Industry has Best Year in 2000; Sales and Production Hit New Highs; U.S., Canada and Mexico all Have Record Sales; World Output Tops $7 Million After a grandiose year in 1999, it was hard to believe 2000 could be better, but it was for the North American automotive industry. Sales and production in North America hit new all-time highs for the second consecutive year in 2000, and all three countries on the continent had individual sales records. The U.S. economy ...
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