Two-thirds of U.S. and Canadian auto dealers forecast their revenues to increase this year by an average of 15%, according to a new survey conducted on behalf of The Reynolds and Reynolds Co., an auto dealership distributor. Some 706 dealerships in the U.S. and Canada were surveyed, with 64% saying they expect revenue to rise this year. Also, 33% of U.S. and 20% of Canadian dealerships plan to add locations or franchises in 2002. In addition to increasing revenue, many dealerships say ...
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