Analysis: Bailouts of GM, Chrysler damage Ford's future

11/3/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

The U.S. government's bailouts of General Motors and Chrysler have had the effect of punishing Ford Motor for its success, according to this blog post. Almost a third of U.S. demand for cars would have been pursued by stronger manufacturers, including Ford, had the government let GM and Chrysler go out of business. Ford's gain in market share of 2.2 percentage points could have been as much as 10 points, Rick Newman writes.

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