If you thought these guys would be grateful for a multi-billion dollar taxpayer-funded bailout, well... you'd be wrong...
And everybody except the union is acknowledging that reality...
“Our governments would be crazy to not force the same condition on the D3 in Canada,” Dennis DesRosiers, president of DesRosiers Auto Consultants, said in an e-mail Friday.The times... they are a' changin'.
Currently in Canada, workers at the Detroit Three plants earn wages and benefits totalling $70 an hour, while their counterparts at the Japanese auto makers earn between $40 and $45.
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