By Keith Naughton and Craig Trudell, Bloomberg |
September 5, 2013
The 17% surge in U.S. auto sales last month pushed the annual rate to a pre-recession, boom-time level. Even more significant, Detroit automakers are reaping profits not seen since the turn of the century.
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