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Detroit Auto Show Highlights Failing U.S. Giants

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Detroit Auto Show Highlights Failing U.S. Giants

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Detroit Auto Show Highlights Failing U.S. Giants

Detroit Auto Show Highlights Failing U.S. Giants

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Carmakers from around the world converge on the biggest auto show of the year in Detroit next week. That's where U.S. manufacturers like Ford and GM will be working hard to regain American customers, and market share from Japanese companies like Toyota.

Renee Montagne talks to Car and Driver magazine's Csaba Csere about Ford and General Motors struggle to survive.

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