GM's collapse offers lessons for government, automakers

06/8/2009 | Economist (free content), The

General Motors was in the process of collapsing for so long that when it finally fell into bankruptcy, there was nothing left to be shocked about. But the biggest industrial bankruptcy in the U.S. calls for some examination. There are lessons to be learned that might offer benefits in the long term for both the auto industry and the government.

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