Automotive glass aftermarket reeling under price competition
After two years of churning and turmoil, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the U.S. automotive glass aftermarket. The market is expected to see its revenues rise in the year 2000, ending a two-year decline. Although profit margin pressures are expected to remain, the market is forecast to see prices rise in the coming years, thus stemming the tide of price compression it has been weathering since late 1997.
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