WITH THE DISSOLUTION of the American Automobile Manufacturers Assn. (AAMA), a situation dictated by Daimler-Benz AG's recent acquisition of Chrysler Corp., comes the formation of a new automaker alliance in the U.S.: the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. The AAM will “represent the common interests of its members on a broad range of policy issues,” and includes nine companies: BMW AG; DaimlerChrysler AG; Ford Motor Co.; General Motors Corp.; Mazda Motor Corp; Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.; ...
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