AD #2154 – U.S. Looking Into German Collusion, Mazda Introduces New 3-Row SUV, GM’s Q2 Earnings Not Spectacular

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- U.S. DoJ Looking Into German Collusion - VW CEO Criticizes Porsche Labor Chief - 2018 Mustang Gets Power Boost - Mazda Introduces CX-8 in Japan - Some FCA Dealers Fight Demon MSRP - GM’s Q2 Earnings Not Spectacular

On today's show I'll now the U. S. justice department is looking into German automaker collusion sneaky Dodge dealers figure out a new way to get out. Customers buying the deed. GM reports its second quarter earnings. We think Wall Street is going to ya. On that mark coming right up on online dating. This is not a line daily they show for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Yesterday we reported that the E. U. is looking into possible collusion between German automakers in the development of various car components and now Bloomberg reports that the US justice department is looking into those allegations but it's not a formal investigation at this point their Spiegel the German newspaper that broke the story said this could become the largest business scandal in German history and now with the U. S. getting involved ...

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