The Auto Industry

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Detroit, meanwhile, has remained mired in mutual mistrust with the United
Auto Workers union. While the suspicion has abated somewhat in recent years, it
never has disappeared -- which is why Detroit's factories remain vastly more
cumbersome to manage than the factories of foreign car companies in the U.S. View More »

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