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General Motors

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General Motors is a really well run company, as Michael Moore once proved, and which 25,000 U.S. employees learned the hard way in June of 2005.

According to University of Toronto professor Joe D'Cruz, the company has major problems in five distinct areas of concern:

D'Cruz believes it should seek Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy protection.

Executive Rob Lutz says that transportation is taken for granted but "we're not in the transportation business, we're in the art and entertainment business" and that style is what GM lacks.

Buzz Hargrove of the Canadian Auto Workers union claims that lack of access to the Japanese market is a problem for North American car makers. However it is unclear why Japanese buyers would be interested in gas-guzzling GM vehicles which they have no space available to park, especially in the cities where the well-to-do buyers live.

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This page was last modified 01:38, 7 July 2005 by dKosopedia user Anonymous troll. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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