Business & Finance: Motors

A year ago, the opinion was general that the saturation point for the motor industry had been about reached and that output must henceforth be curtailed rather than expanded. This spring, however, motors have again staged a vigorous come-back under heavy retail sales.

In April, a new high record for monthly output by U. S. and Canadian plants was triumphantly established at 391,301 for passenger cars and 47,664 for trucks. The previous high record was set in May, 1924, when 358,685 passenger cars and 45,804 trucks were produced.

Despite last April's fine showing, however, total...

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