Blog: Dave LeggettDetroit's woes

Dave Leggett | 7 December 2005

What's wrong with Detroit? Is there a problem with getting a 'level playing field' and is there a wider problem of America competing with Japan (with Japanese companies enjoying all kinds of benefits that US compabies don't)? Or is the problem that Detroit is simply unable to compete with Toyota in the marketplace? Are Ford and GM perpetuating long-standing myths in order to secure more favourable government approach (handouts)? Discuss. There's a link here to a blogspot that has a couple of interesting links to pertinent articles - one by James Womack - in it.

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