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In Depth (Cars / Ford-Volvo Merger / Internet Sales) #626913

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 28, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The merger of Ford and Volvo automobile companies reported.

(Chicago: Jim Avila) Shopping for cars on the Internet reported. [First Chicago economist Diane SWONK - says there are too many auto producers.] ["Car and Driver" technical editor Frank MARCUS - explains short-term benefits and long-term problems of mergers.] [Stanford University Aldo KAMPER - says the industry is changing.] [Car buyer Raphael PAK - explains why he liked buying a new car on the Internet.] [, Incorporated Anne BENVENUTO - explains the advantages of using the Internet.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interview held with "Buying a Car for Dummies" author Deanna Sklar. [SKLAR - explains the benefits of car shopping and dangers on the Internet; says everything is negotiable.]

Avila, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom

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