It's possible to keep on with the rhetoric that manufacturing jobs are leaving the U.S.
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You can add Infiniti to the list of automakers breaking cover before the Geneva Motor Show next month.
With interest in the Nissan Motorsports (Nismo) division of the Japanese automaker at an all-time high due to the stupid-fast GT-R supercar and Juke-R concept car, Nissan wasted little time in keeping the momentum going.
Ford, being the only company that didn’t get the much-publicized bailout back in 2008, had the envious position of bragging about its financial stability to its Detroit rivals.