Jamaica Gleaner Auto
Published: Monday Sunday | December 27, 2009
New year, old woes - Auto dealers brace for rough ride in 2010
A NEW year usually brings hopes and expectations of things to come. But, just as in 2009, Jamaica's auto dealers are bracing for a 'rough ride' in 2010. "The outlook for next year is not as good as we would want it to be," said Kent LaCroix, chairman of the Automobile Dealers' Association (ADA). Read More...Naseve reigns supreme in Sound Ruption
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Careless and carefree overtaking has no place on our roads. The death toll on Wednesday stood at 326. "Overtaking is among the leading causes of road fatalities on our roads," says Kanute Hare, director at the Road Safety Unit in the Ministry of Transport and Works. Read More...China tops auto sales
Minivan salesman Zhu Yi has a problem that most auto dealers elsewhere would happily swap for their own: he does not have enough vehicles to satisfy customer demand. Read More...Ford offers retirement, buyouts
Ford Motor Co has offered buyout or retirement incentive packages to all of its 41,000 United States (US) hourly workers as it tries to further reduce its factory workforce. Read More...