Hispanic auto dealers and Hispanic leaders from other business sectors in attendance at the National Automobile Dealers Assn. (NADA) convention in New Orleans officially launched a new national Hispanic automobile dealers association. The unnamed group will work to resolve issues facing Hispanic dealers, such as lack of capital, difficulties entering into the industry and impediments to growth in the automotive retail sector. Of the 26,000 dealerships selling both foreign and domestic ...
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