Business & Finance: Detroit Doings

On the weather map of business activity last week there was a high pressure area over Detroit. For the first time in five years U. S. motormakers could not fill their orders. Henry Ford had already opened two additional assembly plants. Chrysler plants, slow to get new streamlined cars into production, were last week operating with 21,000 more workers than last year. Hudson had 24,000 orders on hand and a working staff double its January average. Nash estimated that it would deliver more cars in the first quarter of this year than in all...

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