Why U.S. automakers shouldn't despair

09/9/2013 | Atlantic online, The · Atlantic online, The

Economic data and a General Motors research presentation suggest that while consumers and laborers might not be benefiting from the U.S. economic recovery, automakers shouldn't despair. Americans' appetite for new cars remains relatively high, and consumers' aging vehicles reveal pent-up demand waiting to be unleashed. "The historic trend line of auto industry growth suggests there's still running room for the largest manufacturers," writes Derek Thompson.

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