GM set to retake world's top carmaker...

GM set to retake world's top carmaker title

There are 2 comments on the The New Zealand Herald story from Jan 9, 2012, titled GM set to retake world's top carmaker title. In it, The New Zealand Herald reports that:

Just two years after near financial ruin, GM is poised to retake the title of the world's biggest carmaker.

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kev ray

Toledo, OH

#1 Jan 10, 2012
In some aspects it gives rights to brag. Quality looks good in Buick laCrosse.but we still need focus on world class auto. Look at how Cadillacs have fared. Thefts is still much too be dealt with. They pay this goofy 2 tier wages. This is contradictory of what generous motors stood for. And ford.Chrysler is same. But these upper echelon being paid Insane money is bad in long run!remember how Japanese slapped USA cars. Years ago! We can't rest on numbers.

Calgary, Canada

#2 Jun 12, 2012
....OUR Beloved General Motors has come along ways,$$yada u u..shalom to ''all'' the good GM Workers',here....God Bless..

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