Business as usual at General Motors? They are selling a 49% stake in YULON motors, a Taiwanese company that manufactures the top import into Japan, and winner of a long list of awards for manufacturing, pollution abating, goodness and graceness. All of this give away has been announced a day before the first $4 billion loan rolls into their vaults from Bush and Company (I mean the United States).
Are these loans (another $5.4 billion on January 16, yet $4 billion more likely in February) to be TRIFLED with? Is there no effort whatsoever to make good business decisions at GM ever again?