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Big Three

The three major tropical infections—HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis—which receive the bulk of international funding for prevention and treatment.
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The big three automakers -- Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), Chrysler Group LLC and General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) 6 all said they were remaining neutral on the issue, (http://www.
We know that the Big Three automakers are in trouble and cash is greatly needed for them to get through (the situation), but market players are anxious because the consequences of a failure in the key U.
The fallacy of the big three automakers is their dependence on large SUV and pickups for profits.
There are undoubtedly colossal problems in Detroit, and the bosses of the Big Three automakers could never be convicted of an excess of imagination.
President Bush met this week with chief executive officers of Detroit's Big Three automakers General Motors Corp.
Manufacturing accounts for many union jobs, and tens of thousands of union workers have been laid off in recent weeks by Detroit's Big Three automakers.
But Near-Term Outlook for Big Three Automakers Cautious as Foreign Carmakers Continue to Gain Market Share
In Europe, for example, where the domestic Big Three automakers are a force, diesel market penetration has increased from about 20 percent to nearly 50 percent in the last several years, Hoselton said.
Most Americans, particularly the Big three automakers, have learned to never underestimate what Toyota can do.
Proximity to steel mills, heavy manufacturing, the Big Three automakers and, of course, the lake, made it convenient to receive, sell and export material.
The DOE's FreedomCAR program with the Big Three automakers is still a blank slate, so it could go either way.
Enron also has played an important role in the city's economy, and until recently, speaking out against it could be compared to speaking out against the Big Three automakers in Detroit.