|Statement||editor James R. Elliot|
|LC Classifications||HD9710.U52 U177 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010012881|
The federal government has played a role in shaping the auto industry for some time, beginning with vehicle safety and emission-control regulations during the s, and the first CAFE (corporate File Size: 43KB. The auto industry boasts a value added of $, per worker, percent higher than the overall value-added ratio for U.S. manufacturing ($,). When seeing just how much the auto industry contributes to the American economy, it is easy to see how it also holds the potential to significantly, even permanently damage that economy. The auto industry was bleeding jobs and there were few bright spots on the horizon. After Obama won the presidency in , he asked then Gov. . The U.S. government’s $ billion bailout of the auto industry lasted between December and December The U.S. Department of the Treasury used funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program.. In the end, taxpayers lost $ billion. .
Ford, the second-largest U.S. auto company and one of the loan recipients, spent $ million to produce parts for its new wave of electric vehicles, Reuters reported on August These efforts. The U.S. automotive industry is facing a difficult if not unprecedented period of competition and capital spending in its efforts to compete with Japanese automakers and to meet pending government regulations on emissions control and safety. These burdens are falling on an industry trying to cope. Auto workers unite: Retired GM worker Frank Hammer (l.), former president of UAW Local Wendy Thompson (c.), and current president Bill Alfred urged passage of the auto bailout at a . The automotive industry, like many major industries in the United States, is subject to a series of rules and regulations imposed by the government.
The U.S. automotive sector employs over million people and pays around $ billion in annual compensation. Thus, its human resources also . The Federal EAPs: Guiding Principles, Frameworks, and Definitions is the product of the Federal Employee Assistance Program Summit. Developed as a guide, rather than a requirement, for Federal EAP Administrators and other stakeholders, the information provided is based on participants' knowledge of best practices in the EAP field, as well. The staff of the Federal Trade Commission publishes its staff compliance guidelines for the Used Car Rule to provide assistance to industry members. The views expressed in the guidelines are those of the staff only. They have not been approved or adopted by the Commission and are not binding on . The labor union representing workers in auto, aircraft and agricultural implement manufacturing and other industries in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.