Greg Gardner

Reporter, Detroit Free Press

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Reporter covering the auto industry for the Detroit Free Press

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In 2006, Americans told Associated Press and AOL pollsters that Japanese automobiles were better than US-made cars by a margin of 46 to 29%.

Is the US Auto Industry Finally Beginning to Roll?

In 2006, Americans told Associated Press and AOL pollsters that Japanese automobiles were better than US-made cars by a margin of 46 to 29%.

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