Fate Of Detroit’s Auto Manufacturers In Question, As Bailout Hangs In Limbo

11 maja 2013, | Kategorie: | Brak komentarzy

DETROIT – DECEMBER 18: Navayah Livingston, eight- months, watches a several block line from the inside of a car of people waiting to receive gifts of food, personal care, household items and toys at the A Miracle in Motown event, part of the nationwide program to help working poor and disadvantaged families December 18, 2008 in Detroit, Michigan. About 5,000 families are expected to receive enough food at the event to supplement meals for a family of four for a week. A Miracle in Motown is sponsored by The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) along with Feed The Children, Great Redeemer Christian Church and The Bing Group. An estimated one in three Detroiters lives in poverty, making the city the poorest large city in America. Spencer Platt/Getty Images/AFP

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