USA: Dealers expect strong auto sales in 2001
Key economic factors point towards another strong year for the U.S. retail auto industry in 2001, according to a forecast from the National Automobile Dealers Association. NADA chief economist Paul Taylor is predicting total sales of 16.3 million cars and light trucks in 2001, down from 17.4 million last year, but still the third best year in history.
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