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Julie Gilbert 1. CITATION: Nasri, Jennifer. "In Terms of Luxury Auto Sales, Europe Dominates." Proquest: Find Articles . 24 Jan. 2000. The New York Times. 2 Nov. 2007 <http://findarticles.com/p/articlesmi_qa3755/is_200001/ai_n8883824>. FACT: The question is whether Japanese and American automakers can compete with Germany for the domination of the luxury car market in the U.S. CAUSE: European automakers have the strongest luxury car brands, and the stock market is rising and the economy is doing well, making the purchase of these cars feasible EVALUATION: People buy these cars without giving thought to alternative vehicles ACTION: Buying these cars will keep European automakers in their place as the leader in production of luxury automobiles JURISDICTION: The American public’s societal standards and needs along with the economy decide what cars are the most popular 2. CITATION: Bunkley, Nick. "Sales At Ford Decrease for 12th Month in a Row." The New York Times 2 Nov. 2007. 2 Nov. 2007 FACT: The question is whether the American auto market can compete with foreign auto market CAUSE: American car sales are steadily decreasing due to competition from overseas markets EVALUATION:
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