Business & Finance: U.S. Motors Abroad

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To foreign parts last year went 515,000 U. S.-built motor cars. To the U. S. came 566 foreign-made cars. To Washington last week went Alvan Macauley, president of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce and of Packard Motor Co., Alfred P. Sloan Jr., president of General Motors, R. I. Roberge, export manager of Ford Motor Co., Walter C. White, president of White Co. (trucks) and other automotive men. They went at the invitation of Pennsylvania's Senator David A. Reed, head of the Senate...

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