Business: Motor Business

Motor Business Since last May nine out of ten U. S. businesses have boomed. Automobiles arc just one of the nine. But how big the car boom has been few people realize. Last week were published June production figures of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce showing 195,000 cars turned out (compared with 95,000 in June 1932). Ford is not a member of the auto C. of C. So Ford's estimated output of 55,000 cars brings June 1933 production up to a round quartermillion. In spite of the fact that automobile production lagged behind...

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