The Future of Closed Auto Plants – March 2012

The Big Three automakers – General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler – shared the U.S. auto market among themselves well into the 1960s. Increasing gasoline prices in the 1970s enabled smaller imported automobiles to increase their market share. As U.S. auto manufacturers and their suppliers cut back,hundreds of plants were closed.  Download File »

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