If you want to by an imported car, you might want to do so soon.
The dollar has been dropping like a feather for two years:
Sinche projects a dollar drop to $1.35 per euro early next year. A
weaker dollar has helped U.S. companies that sell products in Europe
such as Gillette Co., which said the U.S. currency's drop boosted sales
in the third quarter. The dollar has lost 32 percent against the euro
since the start of 2002.
DaimlerChrysler AG, the world's fifth-largest carmaker, said the
dollar's decline against the euro will reduce the earnings of the
Mercedes-Benz luxury car division. European stocks fell today on concern
about a weaker dollar.
1 HP = 745.69987158227022 Watts
1 PS = 735.49875 Watts
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