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BIG THREE CEO'S AND UAW PRESIDENT COMMENT ON MEETING WITH MICHIGAN CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION

 DETROIT, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Following is a joint statement from Robert J. Eaton, chairman, Chrysler Corporation; Harold A. Poling, chairman, Ford Motor Company; Jack F. Smith, Jr., CEO and president, General Motors Corporation; and UAW President Owen Bieber following their meeting today with members of the Michigan Congressional Delegation:
 We want to thank Congressman Dingell, Senator Levin and the other members of the Michigan delegation for the opportunity to meet today.
 The meeting was important because the auto industry and the state of Michigan are so closely linked.
 It gave us all the chance to discuss issues of concern to our industry, our employees and members, and the nation. The leadership of our Michigan congressional representatives is critical on these issues if we are to meet our job and economic goals as well as our energy and environmental objectives. This meeting is an example of the kind of industry/labor/government understanding that is so necessary in today's global economy.
 So, we're off to a very positive start in this new year. We believe that we've established a good dialogue that will lead to a closer partnership for the auto industry and the people of the state of Michigan.
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 /CONTACT: Frank Joyce of UAW, 313-926-5291; Bill Noack of GM, 313-556-2028; Al Chambers of Ford, 313-322-9545; or Steve Harris of Chrysler, 313-956-3164/
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CO: United Auto Workers; General Motors Corporation;
 Ford Motor Company; Chrysler Corporation ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU:


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