Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Why Ford CEO’s 'U.S. Car Market in a V-shaped Recovery' Thesis is Wrong

In a recent interview Ford CEO Alan Mulally sounded the V-shaped recovery gong, for the U.S. car industry. According to him U.S. car sales, after reaching a multi-year rock bottom in 2009, will begin to stage a rapid recovery growing by 38% by 2011. In this report we examine why his thesis is plain WRONG.


Anonymous said...

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The Firecracker Report said...

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