It’s time to get realistic. Some plants are going to have to be closed, not for a week or a few weeks; those are just furloughs. Some plants are going to have to be closed permanently. Torn down. Turned into shopping centers. GM, Ford and Chrysler are going to have to reduce capacity. They have lost market share and sales are nudging down, the double whammy. They aren’t going to recover that market share, not in the short-term, not in the next 5 to 10 years. They will keep converting ...
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