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Tenth Annual Automotive Outlook Symposium

The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago May 29-30, 2003, hosted its eleventh annual Automotive Outlook Symposium at the Detroit Branch of the Chicago Fed. The day-and-a-half conference focused on the long- and short-term forces shaping the vehicle industry.

The event included a presentation by Chicago Fed Senior Economist William Strauss who gave the consensus outlook from Symposium participants.

Thursday, 05/29/03
12:00 PM
12:00 PM
Technology and Regulation: Meeting the Challenges of the Future

Co-sponsored by J. D. Power and Associates.

CAFE: A Solution in Search of a Problem—History, Economics, and Policy
Tom Walton, Director of Economic Policy, General Motors Corporation
Small Line Diesel Engines as Winning Commercial and Regulatory Strategy
Kevin McMahon, Partner, The Martec Group, Inc.
Consumer Demand for Alternative Powertrain Vehicles
Walter McManus, Executive Director of Global Forecasting Services, J. D. Power and Associates
Friday, 05/30/03
9:00 AM
Morning Presentations
Consensus Economic Outlook
William Strauss, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Heavy Truck Industry Outlook
Ken Vieth, Co-principal, Americas Commercial Transportation Research Company
Sales Outlook from the Dealers' Perspective
Paul Taylor, Chief Economist, National Automobile Dealers Association
12:00 PM
1:15 PM
Afternoon Presentations
Suppliers' Perspective
James Meil, Manager - Economic Analysis, Eaton Corporation
Used Vehicle Outlook
Tom Kontos, Vice President, Industry Relations and Analytical Services, ADESA Corporation
3:00 PM
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