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How many car companies aren't subsidized, in one way or another?
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On 02/05/2010 7:38 PM, Dave wrote:

Comparitively, none. For what Toyota USA gets is a match stick to the eifel tower. Ditto Honda, Kia, and others. Didn't see Ford do a $177 billion washout with a $60 billion (not including GMAC/Delco) taxpayer debt shift.
Bet Carlyle private equity is laughing so hard...
And at $60,000+ per vehicle sold, GM is obviously getting more than all others combined. If you want to know why, lookup the owners of Carlyle Group and Cerberus private equity. Sort of works that way with banks too, that is why some survived and some did not.
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