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Auto Industry / Sales #1030135

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
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(Charlotte: Scott Pelley) The rise in car sales for GM, Ford and Chrysler cited.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The rebound of the auto industry examined; details given about the roles of the bump in the construction industry and easier financing; details given about the bankruptcy and restructuring by Chrysler and GM. [GM WORKER – reacts to the sales growth.] [GM executive Kurt McNEIL††- comments on the jobs and the supply base GM provides.] [Cars.com Joe WIESENFELDER††- says the industry is in better shape than 4 years ago.] The impact of the economic problems in Europe noted.

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Reynolds, Dean
Duration:
00:02:10

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