Auto Industry In Turmoil A global financial crisis sends economies nose-diving, leaving worried consumers hesitant to buy. No industry has suffered more during the downturn than automakers. From Detroit to Tokyo, manufacturers are cutting production amid the weakest sales in decades and U.S. automakers are getting federal loans to stay afloat.
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Auto Industry In Turmoil

NPR's Frank Langfitt Discusses GM's Challenges On 'Morning Edition'

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