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Loan amount limit $600
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  • I just wanted to get your opinions on a question I have regarding General Motors and the state of Michigan/Flint as a whole (I just got done watching Michael Moore's documentary on this, and this question popped into my head)...and also why you chose the stance that you did: 1. Does General Motors owe it to the city of Flint and the state of Michigan to keep employment levels up as a show of loyalty for helping them start their business in these areas? Why or Why Not? -Thanks
  • Does GM owe it to the City of Flint...? No. Businesses are not obligated to show the city any loyalty. The business paid the taxes the city and state required. Since you're watching Michael Moore, you might also want to consider this question? Was the union responsible for closing the plant because they negotiated wages that GM couldn't afford? If the union didn't threaten a strike, the union wouldn't have gotten the high wages and the business wouldn't have gone under. If the business doesn't concede the wages to the union, the union strikes and the business still goes out of business. Since the government now owns GM, does the government owe it to the City of Flint and the State of Michigan to get those people employed again? I mean, there was a significant amount of cash loaned to GM ($30B) before they defaulted on the note and the government took it over.
  • GM was given property tax abatements + probably other considerations. Only a review of each specific contract would answer your question. How could a business organization "owe" jobs? When there's no demand for a product, employment will decrease accordingly. How would a municipal entity, like the City of Flint or the State of Michigan alter the economic laws of supply + demand?
  • GM owes it to the city to make a quality product that can compete with the imports so people will purchase them. Likewise, the employees and residents owe it to GM to support their product and not buy foreign. Keep in mind Michael Moore makes his living off controversy, which may not necessarily be the whole picture.
  • "Michael Moore is full of male bovine excrement." Repeat that 20 times, and you will be fine.
  • if you pay cash, they should give you the title that day. however; if you get a loan whoever you get the loan through will hold onto the title until the loan is satisfied.
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