Once upon a time the North American auto industry was totally dominated by three auto makers. There was General Motors, the No.1 car maker in the world, followed by Ford and, finally, the wee one of the three, Chrysler. Collectively, they became known as the Big Three amid the also-ran American car makers and upstart foreign-owned companies that scrambled for traction in the market. Today, the upstarts are bona fide contenders. Collectively, they have captured a sizable share of the ...

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