Detroit's car woes spread to California


*California feeling Detroit's pain *Workers rally in San Francisco By Poornima Gupta SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 30 (Reuters) - For more than two decades, Frank Ramirez has made a living working an unusual job in Silicon Valley: assembling cars and trucks for Toyota Motor Corp and General Motor Co. Ramirez, 49, had planned to continue working for the foreseeable future at the New United Motor Manufacturing Inc, or NUMMI, plant in Fremont, a place that is better known for being home to many ...

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