The automotive industry can’t be too keen about President Bush’s saber rattling with regard to war with Iraq. No manufacturer is taking a public stand, of course. Even Congress still is debating the volatile issue. But in the case of General Motors, which has been credited with helping keep the U.S. economy rolling after 9-11 with its 0% finance scheme, a threat to economic recovery is of particular concern. "If there were a war in the Middle East and if it impacted energy prices and so ...
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