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      12-10-2008, 03:03 PM   #8
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I don't know why you insist on brining up other country's unions, the desire is for the American automakers to produce affordable, quality cars in America. The bottom line is they can take a union job and have someone else in the U.S. do just a good of a job for less money. Yeah the CEO's are overpaid, but they are in most other companies as well. The Top needs to be restructured as well. The UAW is hindering the Big Three to compete with other automakers that are producing vehicles in the U.S. without UAW labor. The top level management and design sucks too, but you can't say the UAW has nothing to do with it. GM is coming along as they are proposing some new vehicles that have better quality and are more appealing, but they have a long way to go to be profitable.
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