Hail to the chief

Eisenstein, Paul
November 2008
Professional Engineering;11/12/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 20, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses the relevance of U.S. President Barack Obama's reform to the welfare and economic survival of the American motoring industry, particularly that of Detroit's Big Three, General Motor, Ford, and Chrysler. It states that President Obama has started offering several options to the industry, including funding for the development of advanced, high-mileage vehicles, and assistance with manufacturing costs.


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