Autos: Back & Forth

The auto business, though still dominated by the U.S., has become so internationalized that there is an increasing interplay between markets. Hoping to gain both profit and prestige from the exchange, a U.S. automaker last week decided to sell one of its European-made cars in the U.S., while another U.S. company announced that it will build a car in England to race on the Continent.

> On sale later this month in 422 selected Buick showrooms will go a newcomer that has already proved its mettle in Germany. The car: the Opel Kadett,...

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