Health Care Costs Pose Challenge for GM General Motors recently had to announce that its earnings for the current year would fall far short of expectations. One problem for the automaker is health care costs: GM will pay in excess of $5 billion this year to insure its workers and retirees.
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Health Care Costs Pose Challenge for GM

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Health Care Costs Pose Challenge for GM

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Health Care Costs Pose Challenge for GM

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General Motors recently had to announce that its earnings for the current year would fall far short of expectations. One problem for the automaker is health care costs: GM will pay in excess of $5 billion this year to insure its workers and retirees.

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