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RE: spelling goofs on Audi's web pages
The largest market for Audi?
Certainly not the US. At 34,000 cars in 1997, that's only about 5% of
Audi's total output. Germany alone accounts for well over 200,000 cars,
and the British sales are very close in size to the US ones. And
Austria isn't far behind ...
P.S. Brett -- at least here in Canada, pennies now contain more
Alumin(i)um than Copper, in order to keep the manufacturing costs below
one cent. I suspect the same may be true in the US. There is just
enough copper to retain the traditional colour ...
Tom Haapanen -- Software Metrics Inc. -- Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
A Microsoft Solution Provider Partner -- http://www.metrics.com/
> -----Original Message-----
> Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 15:50:51 -0800
> From: Arun Rao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: spelling goofs on Audi's web pages
> a) If this is on Audi USA's web-site, you're right.
> b) If not, it's unclear who should win:
> 1. Audi's largest customer base -- presumably the US.
> 2. Everyone in the world who spells it the "wrong" way:
> which I think is everyone except the US of A. [...]