With numbers so large, the big auto makers want to get into the act.
But the company still lost market share to foreign auto makers.
In either case, the auto maker might find itself with its back to the wall.
Some other auto makers are less specific about why they use the name.
Now the big auto makers want to take more of their business on line.
The auto makers say the costs will be much more.
Auto makers and the union have not taken a position on the plan but are likely to support it.
The auto maker lost $4.45 billion in 1991 and another $970.7 million through the first nine months of 1992.
You also say the Government wants to set up a "state auto maker."
American auto makers have also made clear that they are concerned.