The meeting with President Bush Tuesday lasted little more than an hour, but top executives with the U.S. Big Three auto makers say the nation’s chief executive got an earful on the industry’s biggest problems – from climbing health-care costs to steel tariffs. Bush says he heard their concerns and endorses measures U.S. auto makers are taking to contend with financial losses and declining market share, but he makes no mention of any specific government help. “These leaders are making ...
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