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The U.S. Auto Industry and the Role of Federal Assistance
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Editors: James R. Elliot
Book Description:
The three domestically owned U.S. manufacturers of cars and light trucks are requesting federal financial assistance in the form of “bridge loans” to assure their ability to continue in business. The companies have been affected by a long-term decline in U.S. market share, the impact of a general decline in U.S. motor vehicle sales that has impacted all producers and the effects of a severe constriction of credit, resulting from problems in U.S. and global financial markets. This book reviews stipulations that Congress might impose on auto manufacturers as conditions of providing assistance.

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Table of Contents:

U.S. Motor Vehicle Industry: Federal Financial Assistance and Restructuring, pp.1-48
(Stephen Cooney, James M. Bickley, Hinda Chaikind, Carol A. Petit, Patrick Purcell, Carol Rapaport, Gary Shorter)

Federal Loans to the Auto Industry Under the Energy Independence and Security Act, pp.49-70
(Stephen Cooney, Brent D. Yacobucci)

Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Employment: National and State Trends and Issues, pp.71-102
(Stephen Cooney, Specialist in Industrial Organization and Business Resources, Science and Industry Division)

Chrysler Corporation Loan Guarantee Act of 1979: Background, Provisions, and Cost, pp.103-110
(James M. Bickley, Specialist in Public Finance)

Auto Industry: A Framework for Considering Federal Financial Assistance, pp.111-120
(Statement of Gene L. Dodaro, Acting Comptroller General of the U.S.)

Statement of the Motor and Equipment Manufacturer's Association, pp.121-146
(James McElya, Executive Chairman, Cooper Standard Automotive)

Testimony of Alan R. Mulally, Ford Motor Company, House Committee on Financial Services, November 19, 2008, pp.147-156

United States House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, Committee Hearing, Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry, November 19, 2008, pp.157-162
(Robert Nardelli, Chairman and CEO, Chrysler LLC)

Testimony of Ron Gettelfinger, International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) on the subject of Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry before the Committee on Financial Services, United States House of Representatives, November 19, 2008, -pp.163-168

Testimony of Matthew J. Slaughter for Full Committee Hearing, "Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry", pp.169-174
(United States House of Representatives, Committee on Financial Services)

Testimony of Felix G. Rohatyn to the House Financial Services Committee, December 5, 2008, pp.175-178

Testimony of Annette Skyora, National Automobile Dealers Association, Before the House Financial Services Committee, Hearing on "Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry", November 19, 2008, 179-184

Testimony by Rick Wagoner, General Motors Corporation to the United States House of Representatives, Financial Services Committee, Washington, D.C., November 19, 2008, 185-187

Chapter sources, pp.188-190

Index, pp.191

      Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 197pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-322-6
   Status: AV
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