Call The Repairman One More Time
When General Electric reported earlier this month that 1991 revenues rose just 3% to $60 billion, it cited industrywide weakness in appliance sales as one problem. It doesn't look as if those sales are going to pick up soon: Few Americans say they are in the market for a new oven or fridge. Maybe a toaster?
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