Did foreign automakers really refuse to contribute to 9/11 relief ? An anonymous pass along email, the kind that spreads like an old-fashioned chain letter, continues to make the rounds accusing foreign-based automakers of not making charitable donations in the wake of the September 11 attacks. The emails seem aimed at “helping” Detroit’s Big Three Automakers by stirring up resentment against foreign brands. In fact, virtually all the world’s major automakers contributed to relief ...
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