Business & Finance: Truck Busses

One of the leading features in general business during the past year has been the great activity of bus manufacturers. All over the country busses are entering into competition with local railway trains and traction companies. Even with-in the limits of moderate-sized cities, there is a strong tendency for independent or traction-owned bus companies to enter the municipal transportation field. The outlook is as reassuring to bus manufacturers as it is dark and gloomy to the old-fashioned electric traction companies.

In the U. S. there are four leading bus making companies— International Harvester, Mack...

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