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Minority Auto Dealers Wait On Bailout Decision

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Minority Auto Dealers Wait On Bailout Decision

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Minority Auto Dealers Wait On Bailout Decision

Minority Auto Dealers Wait On Bailout Decision

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Last week, the CEO's of Ford, Chrysler and General Motors again pleaded for a billion dollar rescue plan on Capitol Hill. Now, the struggling U.S. automotive industry waits as lawmakers decide how, if at all, the government will bailout Detroit's "big three."

Damon Lester, of the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers, and Alan Hughes, of Black Enterprise magazine, discuss how minority auto retailers are affected.

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