CHICAGO - In a move with possible long-term revenue implications for Detroit, the City Council on Tuesday voted to reject a bond-financed expansion of the Cobo Hall convention center.

Without the expansion, the city risks losing one of its chief economic engines, the annual North American International Auto Show. The auto show is currently committed to the city through 2010, though a number of automakers have pulled out in recent years, citing space constraints.

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