NEW ORLEANS – The auto industry hasn’t put out any loser vehicles lately, one reason sales keep rising, approaching the milestone mark of 17 million units. So says Paul Taylor, the National Automobile Dealers Assn.’s chief economist, whose projections, according to NADA Chairman Jack Kain, “have been right on target.” Auto makers, in creating new vehicles for market, are less apt to develop duds these days. Paul Taylor, National Automobile Dealers Assn.’s chief economist. ...
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