Step On It, Detroit
As car sales improve in tandem with the U.S. economy, Detroit is starting to score against its Japanese competition. In the first five months of 1992, U.S. carmakers have grabbed 72.4% of the car and light-truck market, up 1.6 points from a year earlier. Japanese rivals, meanwhile, have lost 1.4 points, to 24%.
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