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2001 proved to be the automaker's first losing year since 1992, when the company had lost $7.4 billion, which was primarily because of almost $7 billion in accounting charges.
a)..
b)when the company had lost $7.4 billion, primarily resulting from
c)when the company lost $ 7.4 billion, primarily because of
d)which is when the company7 lost $7.4 billion, and that was primarily because of
e)which is when the company lost $7.4 billion, primarily resulting from

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srijan
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Explain? Between b and c?
answered Jul 18, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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