German Political Stalemate Dampens Frankfurt Glow
Important car shows usually fit into a predictable pattern. There are rows of gleaming new cars. Grey suited executives make speeches about how wonderful these new machines are. They reach new heights of unashamed hyperbole describing their company's prospects in particular, and the industry's generally. Models drape themselves over the new cars, in the most tasteful way possible of course. Then everyone goes home to the grim verity, writes Neil Winton.
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