For US Autoworkers, Future Hinges on Adaptability - Washington Post

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    For US Autoworkers, Future Hinges on Adaptability
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    [SIZE=-1]Like even the smallest of auto factories, the shop that houses the pre-production operations of the Chevy Volt prototypes is huge, as big as three football fields. Its size serves as a reminder of the mammoth ambitions and risks involved in the launch ...[/SIZE]


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