TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Rising health-care costs for the U.S. Big Three auto makers, already at staggering levels, are “unsustainable,” General Motors Corp. Chief Financial Officer John Devine says. The Big Three spent $8.5 billion, or about $700 per vehicle in the U.S., to cover health care costs in 2003, Devine says. GM accounted for a majority of the expense. It spent $4.8 billion in 2003, or $1,400 per vehicle in the U.S., to provide coverage to 1.1 million people. GM Chief Financial ...

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