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January 16, 1998 | Washington Post
North American car makers are driving themselves into a tight corner of the global auto market by producing huge numbers of light trucks, according to a new industry report. But the report said the auto makers might have no choice because demand for light trucks is soaring in North America, which is awash in cheap gasoline. Light trucks--minivans, full-size vans, pickups and sport-utility vehicles--now account for 46.
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January 16, 1998 | Washington Post
North American car makers are driving themselves into a tight corner of the global auto market by producing huge numbers of light trucks, according to a new industry report. But the report said the auto makers might have no choice because demand for light trucks is soaring in North America, which is awash in cheap gasoline. Light trucks--minivans, full-size vans, pickups and sport-utility vehicles--now account for 46.
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