GM buyout draws mixed reactions, some relief seen


By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, March 23 (Reuters) - Generations of General Motors Corp. workers on Thursday started weighing whether to leave their jobs or stay -- a decision analysts said could determine if GM emerges as a smaller, profitable automaker. Chances are, however, that the exodus will not be big enough to clear the world's largest automaker of its problems, even though some relief is expected, they added. Reactions to GM's buyout offers, announced on Wednesday, varied among ...

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