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GENERAL MOTORS SPOKESPERSON STATEMENT REGARDING PRESIDENT CLINTON'S SPEECH ON FEBRUARY 17, 1993

 WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM) concerning President Clinton's State of the Union Speech:
 While there may be many different views on the President's program, it is important to remember that it seeks to benefit all of the American people over the long term. The individual proposals of the program are complex and far reaching and should be considered together as a package -- not individually. It is how the entire package affects the economy that really matters. Along with the rest of America, we will studying the package very carefully. We hope the net result of the program will be serious, job-creating, long-term economic growth and we will certainly work hard with the President and Congress for that outcome.
 We believe that if we all work together for the interests of America, we will ultimately be able to do a better job of addressing our individual interests.
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 /CONTACT: William H. Noack, corporate communications of General Motors Corporation, 202-775-5008/
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