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24 April 2007


Great minds think alike, Kevin. I think we were posting in parallel and I also asked if this was a "who cares?" moment for us in the lean World.

Actually, the GM people were saying volume isn't as important as profit:


"GM spokesman John McDonald said the company wouldn't make any moves to regain its worldwide lead, and would instead focus on profitability. The company lost $2 billion for all of 2006 and $10.4 billion in 2005."

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