USA: Healthcare costs in each General Motors car more than the steel - paper
Healthcare costs for retired workers cost General Motors $US1,300 for each of the 5.5 million vehicles churned out by its north American factories, well above the steel cost, the Financial Times (FT) said. The newspaper said this is a disaster for GM, which has ended up as one of the world's biggest healthcare providers, hurting profits.
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