SOUTHFIELD, MI – The U.S. Council for Automotive Research (USCAR) gets an early Christmas present, thanks to a new Dept. of Commerce initiative aimed at improving the competitiveness of American manufacturers. USCAR, known best for efforts to speed U.S. auto makers along in the introduction of future vehicles since its 1992 inception, now expands its sights to include organizing Detroit’s Big Three around a key Commerce goal: “to speed the application of technology” in U.S. plants and pass ...
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