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WORLD MOTOR VEHICLE PRODUCTION—1969 (26 LEADING MANUFACTURERS)

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I GM. 2 Ford. 3 Chrysler 4 Volkswagen. 5 Fiat.. 6 Toyota. 1 BLM. 8 Nissan. 9 Renault. 10 British Ford Il Opel (GM). 12 Toyo Kogyo. 13 Citroen. 14 Ford. 15 GM. 16 Peugeot. 17 Mitsubishi. 18 GM Vauxhall. 19 Ford Cologne. 20 Honda. 21 Chrysler Simca. 22 Daimler-Benz. 23 AM Corp.. 24 D. Kogyo.. 25 Chrysler 26 Chrysler Rootes.

United States...

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West Germany.
Italy..
Japan.
England.
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France.
England.
West Germany.
Japan...
France.
Canada

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England.
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France
West Germany.
United States
Japan...
Canada.
England.

4,592, 077
2, 396, 924
1.585, 591
1, 448, 533
1,301, 751

659, 189
807, 067
571, 614
731, 000
553, 701
646, 718
178, 115
383,000
287, 286
338, 016
371, 725
130, 253
244,918
306, 232
186, 560
317, 248
216,000
268, 439

89, 296 219, 151 189, 102

828, 978
623, 272
173, 769
100, 400

89, 470
438, 216
179, 204
408, 220

76,000 108, 017

10.000 282, 994

77,600 157, 815 86, 288 29, 980 229,723 97.222 28, 923 132, 257

5,421, 055
3,020, 196
1,759, 360
1,548,933
1,391, 221
1,097, 405

986, 271
979, 834
807,000
661, 718
656, 718
461, 109
460, 600
445, 101
424, 304
407, 705
259, 976
342, 140
335, 155
318, 817
317, 248
284, 837
268,439
260, 355
235, 724
216, 168

4,798, 301
2, 122, 841
1,505, 561
1, 162, 258
1,312, 215
832, 130
646, 318
726,067
777, 468
526.987
549, 281
383, 323
500, 030
295, 779
384,919
405, 314
317, 378
290, 706
396, 646
149, 289
248, 574
254, 138
229, 058
225, 490
202, 812
203, 312

68,837

171, 059
16, 573
27, 066

Note: Because both production and factory sales are used in the above tabulation, the above rankings are not absoluto and could vary slightly. Data used represents vehicles produced in the indicated locations. Fiat excludes Autobianchi. Volkswagens excludes Auto-Union. BLM was formed in 1968, hence its 1967 total represents BMC.

It is contemplated by the partie that Ward's Automotive Yearbook or any successor publication will be the source of the statistics necessary to the future interpretation of the provisions of Section IV(B) (3).

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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS

JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia, Chairman EDMUND S. MUSKIE, Maine

HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., Tennessee JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico

JAMES L. BUCKLEY, New York MIKE GRAVEL, Alaska

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont LLOYD BENTSEN, Texas

WILLIAM L. SCOTT, Virginia UENTIN N. BURDICK, North Dakota JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho DICK CLARK, Iowa

PETE V, DOMENICI, New Mexico JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

M. BARRY MEYER, Chief Counsel and Chief Clerk
BAILEY GUARD, Minority Clerk; RICHARD A. HELLMAN, Minority Counsel

LEON G. BILLINGS, Senior Staff Member

Philip T. CUMMINGS and Don ALEXANDER, Assistant Counsels Professional and research staff: Harold H. BRAYMAN, PAUL CHIMES, FRANCES T. Clark,

KATHERINE Y. CUDLIPP, KATHLEEN R. E. FORCUM, ANN GARRABRANT, RICHARD D. GRUNDY, WESLEY F. HAYDEN, RICHARD E. HEROD, RONALD L. KATZ, CLARK NORTON, RAY PADDOCK, Judy PARENTE, JOHN PURINTON, A. DAVID SANDOVAL, JACQUELINE E. SCHAFER, E. STEVEN SWAIN, SALLY WALKER, and JOHN W. YAGO, Jr.

SUBCOMMITTEE ON AIR AND WATER POLLUTION

EDMUND S. MUSKIE, Maine, Chairman JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia JAMES L. BUCKLEY, New York JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico

HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., Tennessee LLOYD BENTSEN, Texas

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont DICK CLARK, Iowa

JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico (II)

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