Loory: The presidents of the (Detroit) Three American automobile makers, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, and the president of United Automobile Workers, are now pleading for a government bailout. Should the United States government do this, or let them solve their own problems? The automobile business in many other countries is suffering as well. President-elect Barack Obama supports a bailout for the automobile industry. President Bush seems to be ambivalent. What’s going to happen?
Auto sales stalling across the globe
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