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Used Car Dealers Industry (NAICS 44112)

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Users' Guide Industry Definition and Related Industries Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends Industry Ratios Establishments, Firms & Payroll Sub-Industries - 2011 Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) Sub-Industries - 2011 Estimated Number of Establishments Sub-Industries - 2011 Estimated Number of Employees 5-Year Trend - Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) 5-Year Trend - Estimated Number of Establishments 5-Year Trend - Estimated Number of Employees 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Number of Establishments 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Number of Employees 2013 U.S. States - Estimated Number of Establishments 2013 U.S. States - Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) 2013 U.S. States - Estimated Number of Employees 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Number of Establishments 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Number of Employees 2013 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Number of Establishments 2013 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Industry Sales ($Millions) 2013 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Number of Employees Definitions and Terms

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Used Car Dealers Industry (NAICS 44112)
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