Executives at automotive aftermarket parts companies expect the U.S. economy to improve this year, and the vast majority forecast increasing revenues and profits for their companies, a survey sponsored by the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. concludes. The Joint Automotive Aftermarket Growth Strategies Survey, which polled executives of 115 companies in January, shows 78% believe the economy will improve and 96% are optimistic about their own businesses. Growth drivers cited by those ...

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