From the auto industry’s perspective, this economic typhoon isn’t over until consumers get serious about buying new vehicles and start visiting dealer showrooms. At that point, the debate can begin about whether the economy has hit rock bottom and whether better times are on the way. A Ward’s forecast derived from decades’ worth of sales data reveals a fascinating vision of life after the fall. Once the recession ends: Four of America’s top five auto makers will lose market share ...
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