Too Big and Failing: The Missed Chance to Break Up GMHarry First and Peter Carstensen
As General Motors works its way through the early stages of its bankruptcy and forced restructuring, it is worth remembering that government antitrust enforcers once had an opportunity to break up GM. They chose not to pursue it, which missed a chance to create a stronger competitor. That decision holds valuable lessons for antitrust policy going forward.
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