Frost & Sullivan North American Automotive Industry Quarterly Tracker, Q1' 2009 - U.S. Market Bottomed out in Q1' 2009 and Seasonally Adjusted Annual Sales Projected to Cross 10 Million in 2009

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This study tracks and analyzes the North American macro environment indicators; major industry trends and developments; industry sales and production performance; and financial performance of major vehicle manufacturers, in the first quarter (January to March) of 2009. The objective of Frost & Sullivan’s Automotive Industry Tracker is to provide industry participants with critical business information and analyses on the market conditions and business outlook on a continuous basis. The information and analyses will be updated on a quarterly basis, with data for the latest quarter rolled into the YTD data. The data used for, and contained, in this analysis is sourced from credible sources and cited.

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