Bridge to Nirvana

Muller, Joann
December 2008
Forbes Asia;12/8/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 21, p58
The author reflects on the financial troubles of General Motors Corp (GM), which can be alleviated through a taxpayer loan. She notes that if the operation of GM sustains until 2010, all the troubles will be settled because it can realize its full benefits from the five years restructuring actions. She also states that vehicle breakthroughs will plunge in the market, which are expected to be patronized by customers for its fuel efficiency features.


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