Future of America's Auto Industry

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An icon of U.S. industry is struggling to save its own life. General Motors hopes sweeping job cuts and plant closures will guarantee its future. We discuss what it will take for GM to rebound and what happens when twenty five thousand jobs disappear.


Csaba Csere, editor in chief of Car and Driver Magazine

Michael Robinet, vice president, Global Forecast Services

Al Benchich, president, Local UAW chapter 909 in Warren, Mich.



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