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    Can we learn from GM's descend to prevent that of the USA?

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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Can we learn from GM's descend to prevent that of the USA?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Can we learn from GM's descend to prevent that of the USA?),it will help you,my kids.

Can we compare the two and what can we learn from GM slow demise over 50 years from top dog to obscure money bleeder.
answer from chinatrade114.com small business QA
Absolutely.
Just concentrating on short term profits has been the demise of GM and will be the demise of most corporations in America...
It also applies to politics and the lack of a coherent energy policy in which cars are an important component...
answer from chinatrade114.com small business QA
We have learned that the values of our elders were not followed by the younger generation (or adequately passed down). Buying American used to mean something but many Americans have lost this from their value system.
The misconception that Americans don%26#039;t make Quality vehicles or that they don%26#039;t have economically viable options has proven to be untrue. American automakers used to get hit with the bad design rap also but when i look around their foreign counterparts and their designs are god awful.
GMs decent is more than the fact that they built lots of SUVS, its wide in part to its legacy costs that competitors don%26#039;t have!
GM is on its way to a turnaround its just sad it has to cut wages and health care to do so.
the days of good paying manufacturing jobs is nearing its end.
answer from chinatrade114.com small business QA
I think That as most US companies expanded their production to move into international markets they failed to take into account local preferences. In the US it costs about $4 per gallon or about $1.10-1.15 per litter which makes it the cheapest place for fuel in the western world. GM never factored in that across most of Europe the price is twice that which makes driving a car twice as expensive.

If the US can listen to the demands of its foreign customers (a bit like the HSBC commercial, %26quot;the world%26#039;s local bank...%26quot;) then there%26#039;s no standing in their way. The US still has the fastest time to market for new products but they fail to listen to local demands... An example is if you register for Skype or Ebay in Switzerland or Germany you%26#039;ll only get it in German regardless of if you%26#039;re an English-speaking expat living in those countries and try as you may you will never get it in English.

It%26#039;s probably the reason why the penetration of US online companies in foreign non-English speaking markets is very gradual (they%26#039;re not listening to the grassroots...


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