DETROIT – Despite the often-times contentious relationship between industry and government, General Motors Corp.’s Bob Lutz says he is thrilled with the Obama Admin.’s auto task force and hopes it stays. “I’ve always had this terrible feeling that we have no voice in Washington,” Lutz says Thursday at an Automotive Press Assn. luncheon here. “Well, I’ve got to tell you, we finally do.” In years past, GM had no one to advocate for it at high government levels, as so many foreign auto ...
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