DETROIT – The White House has committed to a meeting with the Detroit-based Big Three auto makers, but not until after the November midterm elections. A summit between top executives of Chrysler Group, Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and President Bush has been postponed several times since it was first set to take place in May. The U.S. auto makers intend to broach key industry issues, such as crippling legacy costs, especially health care, and the impact of elevated fuel prices ...
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