Carmakers' Cash-for-Clunkers Hangover
It's pure coincidence that the biannual Frankfurt Auto Show opens a little more than a week after Germany wound down its cash-for-clunkers scheme, and as other European countries and the U.S. do the same. The question hanging over the show, which runs Sept. 17-27, is what will happen to auto sales now that governments are cutting off life support.
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