Uncertainty, angst roll on for U.S. auto workers


By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, March 30 (Reuters) - Tom Budimerovich and thousands of other Detroit auto workers went to work on Monday hoping for answers about the fate of their jobs and their industry. Instead, they got uncertainty as the Obama administration prepared to send General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC through a more wrenching restructuring . "The wait is driving us crazy," said Tom Budimerovich, 38, an assembly-line worker at Chrysler's Warren truck plant. "You want to make a ...

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