U.K. auto dealers says they are not treated well by the auto makers whose brands they sell, according to a new survey by the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI). Some 53% of dealers surveyed as part of the RMI summer 2002 Dealer Attitude Survey say their satisfaction with manufacturers has decreased, and 50% believe manufacturers have increased their level of control over dealers since the last survey. Also, 47% of dealer networks say theyâ€™re unhappy with the level of requirements ...
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